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American Public Transportation Association

 Program

Last updated August 20, 2015

Please note that this is a preliminary program and is subject to change. For a general overview of the program, please see the program at a glance​.

Now available as a PDF download​​.

APTA OFFERS PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALING

American Planning Association
Professional planners who are members of the American Planning Association’s professional institute, the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), are required to earn a total of 32 Certification Maintenance (CM) credits every two years to maintain their AICP credentials. APTA plans to award AICP CM credits for sessions tailored to the needs of new and experienced planning officials.

For more information about the AICP CM program, visit www.planning.org/cm/.

The American Institute of Architects
Licensed architects, who are members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), need continuing education to maintain competency, to fulfill the continuing education requirements for AIA membership, and frequently to renew state licensure. AIA architect members are required to complete 18 learning unit (LU) hours of continuing education per year for membership renewal. APTA plans to award AIA LU hours for sessions tailored to the needs of new and experienced architects.

For more information about the AIA LU program, visit www.aia.org/education/.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 2

10 a.m. –​ 6 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Registration

10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Tabletop Displays

12:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Design 1 &
Self-Guided

SUSTAINABILITY IN ACTION TOURS 

Making the MAX Orange Line Green: A Tour of the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project
When the 7.3-mile Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project opens September 12, 2015, as the new MAX Orange Line, it will connect many communities between downtown Portland and North Clackamas County to the south. The MAX Orange Line presents new sustainability standards for a light rail project, with initiatives as diverse as growing infrastructure, active transportation amenities, and a net zero multi-level Park & Ride facility.

The MAX Orange Line serves as a best practices standard for bringing principles of sustainability into large infrastructure projects, and TriMet is pleased to offer a special preview ride for APTA Sustainability Conference attendees. TriMet staff will highlight key sustainability practices incorporated during planning, design, and construction of the MAX Orange Line, including stormwater treatment; regenerative and renewable energy use; more than $65 million in active transportation improvements; habitat restoration, and more.


SELF-GUIDED TOURS

Portland Mall Tour
This tour features the Portland Mall located on 5th and 6th Avenues between Portland State University and Union Station. The tour provides a street-level view of the integration of TriMet’s bus and MAX Light Rail systems and how transit supports a vibrant city center. Plan for approximately one hour.

PDF download. Also available at the TriMet tabletop​.

Pearl District TOD Tour
New urban neighborhoods connected by Portland Streetcar have transformed Portland’s Central City. A tour of the Pearl District by streetcar demonstrates excellence in urban design and execution. Plan for approximately one hour.

PDF download. Also available at the TriMet tabletop​.

Downtown Portland Bike Tour
This bike tour highlights Portland’s bike infrastructure downtown. This is an urban ride, mostly in mixed traffic. The bike tour begins at Salmon Springs at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, where there are bike rentals from Kerr Bikes. Other downtown rental shops include Waterfront Bikes, Portland Bike Tours, and Pedal Bike Tours. Plan for approximately two hours for the round trip tour.

PDF download. Also available at the TriMet tabletop.

Williams/Mississippi Portland Bike Tour
This tour highlights innovative high-volume bicycle traffic facilities and the energetic walkable and bikeable development on Williams and Mississippi avenues in North Portland, also served by Frequent Service bus. The bike tour begins at Salmon Springs at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, where there are bike rentals from Kerr Bikes. Other downtown rental shops include Waterfront BikesPortland Bike Tours, and Pedal Bike Tours​. Plan for approximately one hour for the round trip tour without any breaks on relatively gentle grades.

PDF download​. Also available at the TriMet tabletop.

6 – 7 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Welcome Reception

Sponsored by Parsons Brinckerhoff and APTA

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MONDAY, AUGUST 3

7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Registration

7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Funct
ion Area

Tabletop Displays

7 – 8 a.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Continental Breakfast

8 – 8:30 a.m.
Design

OPENING SESSION

Welcomes by:

  • Susannah Kerr Adler, AIA, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Sustainability Committee; Chair, Leadership APTA; and General Manager - Regional Operations, SYSTRA Consulting, Inc., Vienna, VA
  • Peter Varga, Immediate Past Chair, APTA, and Chief Executive Officer, Interurban Transit Partnership (The Rapid),
    Grand Rapids, MI

8:30 – 10 a.m.
Design

PLENARY SESSION: TriMet and Partners Host Forum

At this year's workshop, attendees will explore the theme of Growing Places through the uniquely sustainable backdrop of the Portland region. The Growing Places Initiative demonstrates how collaboration among jurisdictions, agencies, and communities helped the region reach beyond the construction of transit alignments to expand transit options and increasing the livability and economic vitality of a growing region. Hear from hosts TriMet and its partners on how transit agencies, municipalities and regions of all sizes can develop the partnerships responsible for enhancing a region’s livability and generate innovative strategies on redevelopment, sustainability, active transportation, and public art. This session will explore these themes through the planning and construction of the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project and completion of the Portland Streetcar Loop. It will also recognize how these initiatives support the City of Portland’s Comprehensive and Climate Action Plans, as well as the region’s Climate Smart Strategy.

Presenters:

  • Neil S. McFarlane, Member, APTA Boad of Directors; Chair, APTA Rail Transit Committee; Chair, APTA Rail Transit CEOs Subcommittee; and General Manager, TriMet, Portland, OR (Presentation)
  • Hon. Craig Dirksen, District 3 Councilor and Chair, Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation (JPACT),
    Metro Council, Tigard, OR (Presentation)
  • Hon. Steve Novick, City Commissioner, Bureau of Transporation, City of Portland​, OR
  • Daniel W. Blocher P.E., Executive Director, Capital Projects, TriMet, Portland, OR (Presentation)
  • Bob Hastings, Agency Architect, TriMet, Portland, OR (Presentation)

Session sponsored by AECOM

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10 – 10:15 a.m.
Nines Foyer​

Break

Sponsored by SYSTRA

10:15 – 11:45 a.m.
Design

PLENARY SESSION: Building Livable Communities with Transit

The session provides an overview of transit-oriented community principles and how they can contribute to sustainable development. It will focus on TOD and TOC concepts with examples of successful projects and communities from around the country that embody the workshop’s theme of “Growing Places.” Hear how collaboration and partnerships, innovation, and a commitment to quality can create an impactful, measurable difference in realizing sustainable community development, green design, and inclusivity through equitable housing opportunities. It will also include a facilitated discussion with leaders in the transit and TOD fields who have worked to integrate sustainable development with transit and who can provide ‘lessons learned’ for other communities. The session is sponsored by Rail~Volution, the nation’s leading conference on linking land use and transportation.

Moderator:

  • Diana C. Mendes, AICP, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Vice Chair, APTA Legislative Committee; Immediate Past Chair, APTA Policy & Planning Committee; and Senior Vice President-Director, Americas Transit, AECOM, Arlington, VA

Presenters:

  • Rep. Earl Blumenauer, Oregon 3rd Congressional District, Member, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC
  • Grace Crunican, General Manager, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), Oakland, CA
  • Michael S. Harbour, Acting CEO, Sound Transit, Seattle, WA​
  • Tim Baldwin, AICP, Owner/Principal, Rocky Mountain West Transit & Urban Planning, Denver, CO

12 – 1:30 p.m.
Culture & Fashion

LUNCHEON: Perspectives from the Federal Transit Administration

Introduction:

  • Richard F. Kochralis, Regional Administrator, Region 10, Federal Transit Administration, Seattle, WA
Guest Speaker:​
 
  • ​Therese McMillan, Acting Administrator, Federal Transit Administration, Washington, DC

Presentation of APTA Sustainability Commitment Recognition:

  • Peter Varga, Immediate Past Chair, APTA, and Chief Executive Officer, Interurban Transit Partnership (The Rapid),
    Grand Rapids, MI
1:45 – 3:15 p.m. SUSTAINABILITY SEMINARS, PART I

1:45 – 3:15 p.m.
Design 1

Growing Places: Community and Corridor Planning

Through transportation planning, connecting communities of all backgrounds to high-capacity transit services does more than increase ridership. When properly implemented, agencies generate fiscal and social benefits that comprise the core principles of sustainable development.

In this session, presenters will share their experiences in multi-modal connectivity and underserved communities, and how their work generated positive fiscal and social benefits in their communities.

Moderator:

  • Chris
  • tof Spieler, PE, LEED AP, Board Member, Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Houston, TX (Presentation)

Speakers:

  • Connecting Communities through Walkable Station Areas (Presentation)
    Kristin Haldeman, Manager, Access Planning & Policy Analysis, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Washington, DC
  • Estimating Transit Ridership Benefits on Non-Motorized Improvements (Presentation)
    Daniel H. Rowe, Transportation Planner, King County Metro Transit, Seattle, WA
  • BRT to Opportunity: Making the Social and Economic Case for Bus Rapid Transit in NYC (Presentation)
    Eliot Y. Rose, Manager, ICF International, Portland, OR
  • Tucson SunLink: A Streetcar Success Story (Presentation)
    Gina Thomas, Transit Engineer, HDR, Seattle, WA

1:45 – 3:15 p.m.
Design 2

Sustainable Planning and Operations

Greening one’s operations is not always easy, as it often requires changes in corporate culture, a learning curve to those unfamiliar with sustainability, and time to learn new technologies and facilities. It can be well-worth the investment, though, as the process provides opportunities to not only demonstrate a commitment to sustainability, but be good community stewards. 

Hear from these presenters on how their agencies addressed and overcame these challenges, and where they see their agencies’ future work in sustainability.

Moderator: 

  • Hon. Pam O'Connor, Santa Monica City Councilmember, Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG),
    Santa Monica, CA 

Speakers:

  • Evolution of a Sustainability Program at HART (Presentation)
    Jeffrey C. Seward, Chief Financial Officer, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), Tampa, FL
  • Strategic Planning for Sustainability (Presentation)
    Ersoy Gulecoglu, Manager, Sustainability, Metrolinx (GO Transit), Toronto, ON
  • Beyond the Low Hanging Fruit: Lessons Learned and Next Steps (Presentation)
    Christina JaworskiSenior Environmental Planner, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, San Jose, CA
  • The Sustainable Future of LA Metro’s Rail and Bus Operating Divisions (Presentation)
    Timothy Lindholm, Executive Officer, Capital Projects, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority,
    Los Angeles, CA

1:45 – 3:15 p.m.
Georgian

  

Mobility Management Strategies for Integrated Mobility Services 

There is great untapped potential for transit agencies to integrate with or offer shared-use modes to increase access to transportation and lower costs. With entrepreneurs continually developing shared mobility services and smartphone apps, public transportation agencies can increase ridership and promote sustainability by integrating their services with the sharing community. 

Hear from these presenters on how to do just this, with ideas ranging from creating multimodal trip planning tools to identifying policy and planning initiatives that governments and agencies should adopt to maximize mobility.

Moderator: 

  • Richard A. Weaver, Co-Director, National Center for Mobility Management, and Director-Planning, Policy and Sustainability, APTA, Washington, DC

Speakers:

  • Transit Systems and Impacts of Shared Mobility (Presentation)
    Joseph T. Iacobucci, Director of Transit, Sam Schwartz Engineering, Chicago, IL​
    Creighton Randall, Program and Development Director, Shared Use Mobility Center, Chicago, IL
  • Beyond the Last Mile: Transit Collaboration with the Share Community (McHugh PresentationPearmine Presentation)
    Tim McHugh, Chief Technology Officer, TriMet, Portland, OR 
    Adrian Pearmine, National Director for Smart Cities & Connected Vehicles, DKS Associates, Portland, OR
  • Complete Trip (Presentation)
    Ronald J. Kilcoyne, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Small Operations Committee; Co-Chair, APTA Small Operations Legislative Subcommittee; Co-Chair, APTA Systems Management & Operations Planning Subcommittee; and General Manager, Lane Transit District, Springfield, OR

3:15 – 3:30 p.m.
Nines Foyer

Break

3:30 – 5 p.m. SUSTAINABILITY SEMINARS, PART II

3:30 – 5 p.m.
Design 1

  

Growing Places: Regional Transit and MPO Partnerships

The institutional relationships among transit providers, Metropolitan Planning Organizations, and state and city departments of transportation vary from region to region across the country. Some transit agency boards are appointed by governors or mayors, a few are directly elected, and many are composed of an assortment of officials from various local jurisdictions. These governance structures determine funding flows, service patterns, and transparency and accountability to the public. TransitCenter Foundation and the Eno Center have collaborated on a study of transit governance structures called "Getting to the Route of It." A panel of transit agency and MPO officials will discuss the implications of different governance structures on sustainable communities.

Moderator: 

  • ​David Bragdon, Executive Director, TransitCenter,Inc., New York, NY

Panelists: 

  • Joshua L. Schank, President and CEO, The Eno Center for Transportation, Washington, DC (Presentation)
  • Andrew S. Gruber, Executive Director, Wasatch Front Regional Council, Salt Lake City, UT
    ​Matthew Sibul, P.E., CEO/General Manager, Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Lee G. Gibson, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Vice Chair, APTA Policy and Planning Committee; and
    Executive Director, Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Reno, NV
  • Mike McKeever, Chief Executive Officer, Sacramento Area Council of Governments, Sacramento, CA
  • Gary Prince, Senior Program Manager, King County Metro Transit, Seattle, WA 

3:30 – 5 p.m.
Design 2

Sustainable Business Practices

Incorporating sustainability into business practices involves the examination of long-term practices that establish new ways of conducting business, from the sustainable construction and maintenance of infrastructure to green procurement. 

Hear from these presenters on practices that achieve these goals, including best management practices for the sustainable construction of transit projects, environmentally preferable purchasing, and maintenance of transportation infrastructure.

Moderator: 

  • Karen Jealous, NW Sustainability Coordinator, Stacy and Witbeck, Inc., Portland, OR 

Speakers:

  • Sustainable Construction Best Practices (Presentation)
    zkin, Sustainability Manager, Sound Transit, Seattle, WA 
    Jamie D. Rowe, Sustainability Analyst, Sound Transit, Seattle, WA
  • Piloting an Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) Program (Presentation)
    Rebecca Collins, Strategy & Sustainability Planner, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), Philadelphia, PA
  • Growing Oregon’s Context Sensitive and Sustainable Solutions (CS3) Program (Presentation)
    Shelley Richards, Senior Project Manager, HDR, Portland, OR

3:30 – 5 p.m.
Georgian

 

Excellence in Energy Management

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the electricity and transportation sectors were responsible for over half of total U.S. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2013. Identifying strategies to pursue energy efficiency and the use of alternative energy sources in both operations and systems planning can help public transportation agencies reduce these figures and mitigate their impact on climate change. 

Hear from these presenters on strategies to achieve just this, from route planning that minimizes GHG emissions to identifying opportunities for solar and energy efficiency.

Moderator: 

  • Merlin Maley, AIA, LEED AP, BD&C, NCARB, Western Region Transit Director, Associate Principal, RNL Design,
    Denver, CO 

Speakers: 

  • Transit in a Desert Climate (Presentation)
    Amanda Luecker, AICP, Project Manager, Valley Metro, Phoenix, AZ
  • Strategy for Energy and the Environment in JR East (Presentation)
    Kenji Kawagishi, Manager, Environmental Management Office, East Japan Railway Company, Shibuya-KU, Tokyo, Japan
  • Solar Feasibility Analysis (Presentation)
    Sadie Graham, Senior Planner, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), Oakland, CA
  • Planning Routes to Minimize Emissions (Presentation)
    Arjan van Andel, Greater Cities, Director, Business Development, GIRO, Inc., Annapolis, MD
Session sponsored by BAE Systems

5:15 – 6:15 p.m.
Culture

Sustainability Commitment Signatories Subcommittee Meeting (Agenda)

  • Co-Chairs, Erik Johanson, Dr. Emmanuel Battad Liban, P.E., & Lawrence J. Murphy

5:15 – 6:15 p.m.
Fashion​

Metropolitan Planning Subcommittee Meeting (Agenda)

  • Co-Chairs, Todd Lang & Matthew Z. Sibul, P.E.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4

a.m. – 12 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Registration

7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Tabletop Displays

7:30 – 8 a.m.
Nines Ballroom 
Pre-Function Area

Continental Breakfast

8 – 9:30 a.m.
Culture & Fashion

INTERACTIVE PLENARY SESSION: Resource Round Tables

Presiding: 

  • Susannah Kerr Adler, AIA, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Sustainability Committee; Chair,
    Leadership APTA; and G
    eneral Manager - Regional Operations, SYSTRA Consulting, Inc., Vienna, VA 

Speakers: 

  • Envision: A Rating System for Infrastructure Sustainability
    Andrew D. Brennan, Co-Chair, APTA Environmental Subcommiittee, and Director of Environmental Affairs,
    Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), Boston, MA
    Janet R. Gonzalez, ENV SP, LEED AP BD+C, Transportation Sustainability Director, HDR, Chicago, IL
  • Planning for Transit Equity
    Jake Warr, Policy Advisor, Diversity and Transit Equity, TriMet, Portland, OR
    Autumn Salamanck, Sustainability Program Coordinator, King County Metro Transit, Seattle, WA
  • Quantifying Transit’s Impact on GHG Emissions and Energy Use — The Land Use Component
    Frank Gallivan, Senior Manager, ICF International, San Francisco, CA
    Eric Hesse, Coordinator, Strategic Planning, TriMet, Portland, OR
  • Solar at Public Transportation Facilities
    Jeff Peters, President, Urban Solar, Beaverton, OR
    Ben Guriel, Manager, Business Development, Urban Solar, Victoria, BC
    Jeff Freeman, Senior Projects Coordinator, Metro Transit, Minneapolis, MN
  • Green Infrastructure and Public Transportation
    Robert H. Borowski, Sustainability Officer, Capital Metro Transportation Authority, Austin, TX
  • Linking Transit Agencies and Land Use Decision Making
    Brian McMahon, Sustainability and Planning/PlaceMaking, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Washington, DC
  • Complete Streets
    Mike Jelen, P.E., Vice President, AECOM, Arlington, VA
  • Sustainability and the Triple-Bottom Line
    Gary McVoy, Ph.D., McVoy Associates LLC, Slingerlands, NY

9:30 – 9:45 a.m.
Nines Foyer

Break

9:45 – 11:45 a.m. CONCURRENT PEER EXCHANGES

9:45 – 11:45 a.m.
Design 1​

 

Transit Oriented Communities: Creating Sustainable, Livable Places

Cities and towns across the country are embracing public transportation as the catalyst to create thriving communities where people want to live, work, and play. These transit-oriented communities (TOCs) provide opportunities to increase livability, improve sustainability, and create ladders to opportunity. 

Hear from these speakers to learn their approaches to creating TOCs, along with the challenges associated with implementation across different modes and in equitable development.

Moderator: 

  • Mariia V. Zimmerman, Principal, MZ Strategies, LLC, Arlington, VA 

Speakers:

  • Development-Oriented Transit: Closing the Circle Between Equitable TOD Planning and Implementation (Kochralis Presentation, Hoffman Presentation)
    Richard F. Krochalis, Regional Administrator, Region 10, Federal Transit Administration, Seattle, WA
    Jemae Hoffman, Director, VIA Architecture, Seattle, WA
  • TOD Planning in a Suburban Corridor? YES!
    Hannah Lake, Transit Planner, HDR, Seattle, WA
  • Bringing BRT to the University of Nevada (Presentation)
    Amy McAbee Cummings, Director of Planning, Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Reno, NV
  • Keeping the Community Invested in Community Investments: Setting The Table for Collaborative Decisions, Actions, and Partnerships (Presentation)
    Elissa Gertler, Planning and Development Director, Metro, Portland, OR
  • Mega Transit, Micro Communities: Enhancing Honolulu Neighborhoods through Integrated Planning (Presentation)
    Aki Marceau AICP, LEED GA, Land Use and Sustainability Manager, Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation,
    Honolulu, HI

9:45 – 11:45 a.m.
Design 2

  

Climate Change Adaptation and Resiliency 

With the threat of increased extreme weather events and sea level rise, public transportation infrastructure is becoming more and more vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The industry must adapt and become more resilient to remain viable and effective. 

Hear from these speakers to learn about different tools that help identify climate change threats, organizational thinking around the issues, and specific technologies to implement adaptation and resiliency projects.

Moderator: 

  • Andrew D. Brennan, Co-Chair, APTA Environmental Subcommittee, and Director of Environmental Affairs,
    Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), Boston, MA​
     

Speakers:

  • Climate Variability and Resilience Strategies – SEPTA’s Experience (Presentation)
    Erik Johanson, Co-Chair, APTA Sustainability Commitment Signatories Subcommittee, and Manager of Strategic Business Planning, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), Philadelphia, PA
  • Towards a More Resilient Transit System (Presentation)
    Norman D. Wong, P.E., Environmental Engineer, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), Oakland, CA
    Tian A. Feng, FAIA, FCSI, District Architect, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), Oakland, CA
  • MTA Experience (Presentation)
    Projjal K. Dutta, AIA, LEED AP, Director, Sustainable Initiatives, Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York, NY

9:45 – 11:45 a.m.
Georgian

Low- and Zero-Emission Vehicles

From coast to coast, America's transit agencies are getting on-board with the idea of greening their fleets. With the numerous benefits that come from reduced tailpipe emissions and quieter fleets, it is easy to understand why.

Hear from these speakers to learn about the big picture challenges associated with successfully integrating low- and zero-emission vehicles into their fleets, along with understanding best practices of maintenance and asset management of these vehicles.

Moderator: 

  • Tom Webb, Member, APTA Board of Directors, and Director, Business Development and National Sales,
    BAE SYSTEMS, Endicott, NY 

Speakers:

  • ​​ZeroBus Circulators in Downtown Louisville (Presentation)
    J. Barry Barker, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Legislative Committee; Vice Chair, APTA Sustainability Committee; and Executive Director, Transit Authority of River City (TARC), Louisville, KY
  • SunLine's Zero Emission Program (Presentation)
    Lauren Skiver, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Access Committee; and CEO/General Manager, SunLine Transit Agency, Thousand Palms, CA
  • The Fast-Charge Ecoliner of Foothill Transit (Presentation)
    Roland M. Cordero, Director of Maintenance and Technology, Foothill Transit, West Covina, CA​

12 – 1:45 p.m.
Culture & Fashion

CLOSING LUNCHEON

Introduction: 

  • Janet R. Gonzalez, ENV SP, LEED AP BD+C, Transportation Sustainability Director, HDR, Chicago, IL
Guest Speaker:
 
  • ​​​Tony Seba, Author, “Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation;” Silicon Valley Entrepreneur; and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Disruption, and Clean Energy, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Closing Remarks: 
  • Susannah Kerr Adler, AIA, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Sustainability Committee; Chair,
    Leadership APTA; and G
    eneral Manager - Regional Operations, SYSTRA Consulting, Inc., Vienna, VA
  • J. Barry Barker, Member, APTA Board of Directors; Chair, APTA Legislative Committee; Vice Chair, APTA Sustainability Committee; and Executive Director, Transit Authority of River City (TARC), Louisville, KY

Sponsored by HDR, Inc.


 

2 – 4 p.m.
Design 1 & 2​

Sustainability Committee Meeting (Agenda and Draft Minutes from the May 4, 2015 Meeting​)

  • Chair, Susannah Kerr Adler, AIA
 
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