Innovations in Transit 2015: 10 Talks

WED, DEC 9, 2015 (1:28:18)

Building on the Old South Meeting House’s long tradition of hosting spirited, thought-provoking discussions, this annual event features 10 short form presentations all designed to highlight innovative ideas to transform our streets. Presented by Livable Streets, an organization focused on enabling people to think differently and demand a transportation system that balances transit, walking, and biking with automobiles.

The Talks - GoBoston 2030: Framing new transportation conversations - Passive data, active science: An experimental approach to improving the operation of our streets - Neighborways: creating low stress street networks for kids & kids at heart - Making Buses Sexy - Incorporating today’s emerging trends into a 2040 strategic vision for the MBTA - Safe Streets for All: How Lyft can help cities advance the goals of Vision Zero - Forging a New Path: Roslindale Gateway to the Arboretum - How to stop a highway and accomplish other impossible feats of strength - Passive data, active science: An experimental approach to improving the operation of our streets - Rethinking the 1-90 Allston Interchange: A vision for what’s possible - Invisible to Whom? Age, race and Place Take a Ride Image: “MBTA North Cambridge Yard in 1967” by David Wilson/Flickr

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