What’s Next for Our Streets? Looking Ahead with Transportation Leaders
Our friends at Denver Streets Partnership, along with Transportation Alternatives, are hosting a webinar with Department of Transportation leaders across the country, including Denver. Representatives from our city, Houston, Chicago, and San Jose will gather to discuss how a new federal administration will influence how we move around in our cities. This is one example of the important work Denver Streets Partnership does to advocate for safer streets on our behalf and we want to encourage you to join them for this important conversation.
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What’s Next for Our Streets: Looking Ahead with DOT Leaders
National politics can limit or expand the ambition and scope of what’s possible on streets. Local transportation agencies must abide by federal rules to fund, develop, and construct new projects, and must allocate federal funding among infrastructure for cars, public transportation, walking, and biking. In the wake of the 2020 election, DOT leaders from across the U.S. will discuss how the incoming administration will shape the future of how we move around our cities. We’re proud to co-present this important conversation on Tuesday, December 8 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM in partnership with Transportation Alternatives in New York, Active Transportation Alliance in Chicago, and Bike Houston. Check out the panelists below and don’t forget to RSVP for the event!
Moderator: Danny Harris, Executive Director, Transportation Alternatives
– Eulois Cleckley, Executive Director, Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, Denver, CO
– David Fields, Chief Transportation Planner, Houston, TX
– Jeffrey Sriver, Director of Transportation Planning and Programming, Chicago, IL
– Jessica Zenk, Deputy Director, Transportation Planning & Project Delivery, San Jose, CA