A New Era of Transportation Choices: Linking Transportation, Land Use, and Sustainability
Live Webcast Conference Session from
APTA's 2010 Rail Conference.
Monday, June 7, 2010
12:30-2:00 p.m. Pacific Time (North America)
(Luncheon at 12:00 p.m.)
Live from the Hyatt Regency, Vancouver, British Columbia
For the last half century, we’ve built auto-dependent urban and suburban regions: the Age of Motordom. As we move into the post-Motordom era – an age of transportation choices – it helps to look back to an earlier period when we built our cities around streetcars. Shaped profoundly by the streetcar and trolley, Vancouver rejected freeways and pioneered a form of development that is being adopted around the world.
This presentation will illustrate Vancouver’s rail-based growth, compare it with other cities, and speculate on the impacts that increased transportation choices will have on cities and regions.
Closed captioning services will be provided.
Webcast sponsored by HNTB Corporation.
Gordon Price, director, City Program, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Gordon Price oversees the urban design, sustainability, and community development programs at Simon Fraser University. Board member of the International Centre for Sustainable Cities, he was a six-term Vancouver City Councillor and served on the Boards of the Greater Vancouver Regional District and TransLink.
Price is a lecturer on transportation and land use for the City of Portland, OR and Portland State University. His essays include: The Deceptive City and Local Politician's Guide to Urban Transportation. He received the Plan Canada Award from the Canadian Institute of Planners and The Smarty Award from Smart Growth BC.
Fees & Registration
$ 195.00 APTA member
$ 295.00 Non-Member
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