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FEATURING:

Heather Allen

International Organisation for Public Transport (UITP)

Andrew Bata

New York City Transit

Robert Bertini

Research and Innovative Technology Administration

Hillary Brown

The City College of New York

Paul Brubaker

Cisco

Projjal Dutta

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Joel Ettinger

New York Metropolitan Transportation Council

Richard Hanley

CUNY Institute for Urban Systems

Camille Kamga

University Transportation Research Center

Petra Mollet

American Public Transportation Association

Michael Meyer

Georgia Transportation Institute, Georgia Tech

Louis Neudorff

Iteris

Takao Nishiyama

East Japan Railway Company

Jack S. Nyman

Baruch College

Robert Paaswell

The City College of New York

Anthony Perl

Urban Studies Program at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver

Frank S. Ralbovsky

NYSERDA

Congressman Charles B. Rangel

New York’s 15th District

Jon Rynn

Author, Manufacturing Green Prosperity

Elliott Sclar

Columbia University

Mark Strauss

FXFOWLE

Ernest Tollerson

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

John Walsh

Clever Devices

Nigel Wilson

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sustainable Transit

Developing an Action Agenda

May 7, 2010
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

SUBJECT: Transit fills an essential role in achieving regional and global sustainability.

EVENT LOCATION:
The Bernard and Anne Spitzer
School of Architecture
141 Convent Ave. (@ 135th Street), New York, NY
The City College of New York, CUNY
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Transit fills an essential role in achieving regional and global sustainability. Not only can transit provide improved mobility and accessibility, transit can and should work to reduce GHGs, to support compact land use patterns, to create value and equity, and to decrease congestion and VMT. As an industry, transit should work to minimize its overall industry impact through sustainable techniques. While significant efforts are already underway, your input is valued and needed to structure an innovative regional action agenda. This symposium offers a unique opportunity to participate in a multidiscipline debate to develop critical next steps needed to achieve regional sustainability and livability goals.