Innovations in Transit 2016: 10 Talks

WED, DEC 7, 2016 (1:38:52)

Now, more than ever, we need great ideas and leaders striving to improve our communities. Here are some of the best and brightest in Boston’s transportation world, presenting their ideas at the annual StreetTalk 10-in-1, hosted by Livable Streets Boston in the Old South Meeting House. Building on the Meeting House’s long tradition of hosting spirited, thought-provoking discussions, this event features 10 short-form presentations highlighting the innovative ideas that are improving our streets. - Who is Boston’s Safest Driver? Kris Carter, Co-Chair, Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics - Saturday NightBus Fever: Transit All Night Long and a Vision for the Future Marc Ebuña, Co-Founder & President, TransitMatters - Making Moves: The Intersection of Biking and Community Health Tamika R. Francis, Community Engagement Manager, Let’s Get Healthy, Boston! Michelle Cook, Owner, Operation B Fit - Holistic Fitness, Health & Wellness Company - How Better Transit Will Lead Tomorrow’s Economy Stas Gayshan, Founder, CIC Boston, and Managing Director, Cambridge Innovation Center - Designing Open Spaces for Women and Children Nidhi Gulati, Program Manager, Emerald Network & LivableStreets Alliance - Building Bike Networks Where Statistical and Perceived Safety Meet Nick Jackson, Director of Toole Design Group’s Boston Office - Completing and Renewing the Emerald Necklace Alex Krieger, Principal, NBBJ - Transit Priority: Maximizing Efficiency and Effectiveness on the Route Kevin Lee, PE, PTOE, Associate Engineer, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. - Becoming a Just Sustainable City: The Case for Boston Wilnelia Rivera, Urban Planner & Project Management Consultant, BRT Project Manager - CoAXS: How Collaborative Engagement Tools Can Change Transit Planning Chris Zegras, Associate Professor, Transportation & Urban Planning, MIT

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