Our Future of Transportation Conference has something for everyone, whether your interests are in biking, walking, mass transit, automobile travel, or land use and development that is transit friendly. Are you interested in learning more about getting sidewalks in your neighborhood? Do you want to know the plan for regional mass transit for the next 25 years? Do you know what transit-oriented development means? Would you like to learn about all the changes that alternative fuels will bring? Would you like to have input into the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan? Do you want to talk to MTA about bus routes in your neighborhood?
To learn about these things and a whole lot more, donâ€™t miss our conference!
Neighborhoods Resource Center invites you to our
Future of Transportation Conference Sponsored by
Regional Transportation Authority Nashville Auto Diesel College United Way Nashville Neighborhood Alliance Saturday, September 25th, 8:30 to 3:30 Nashville Auto Diesel College Technology Center (corner of Gallatin Avenue and Strouse Avenue)
FREE! Lunch Provided! RSVP Required: Please contact Carol at 782-8212 or email@example.com to register.
NRC Future of Transportation Conference 2010
Saturday, September 25th, 8:30 to 3:30 Nashville Auto Diesel College
Call Carol at 782-8212 for more info!
Agenda We extend our thanks to the following organizations, whose representatives are serving on panels, giving presentations, and/or leading workshops:
8:30 9:00 9:10 10:10 10:20
Clean Cities of Middle Tennessee Lose & Associates Mayor’s Office Metropolitan Planning Department
Metropolitan Planning Organization Metropolitan Transit Authority Nashville Auto Diesel College Nashville Civic Design Center
Nashville Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Transit Alliance of Middle TN Transit Now Nashville
Registration & Refreshments Welcome Panel Discussion: Where We Are Now: The State of Transportation in Middle TN Break Workshops (break out session #1) • The Future of Public Transportation • Making Nashville Pedestrian Friendly • What is Transit Oriented Development? Break Working Lunch: What's the Plan? • Revisiting the Plan of Nashville • MTA Strategic Master Plan • 2035 Regional Transportation Plan (currently open for public comment) •Q&A Break Workshops (break out session #2) • The Future of the Automobile & Alternative Fuels • Making Nashville Bike-Friendly • Transportation & Your Health Break Recap, Next Steps & Closing
Published on Sep 18, 2010
Our Future of Transportation Conference has something for everyone, whether your interests are in biking, walking, mass transit, automobile...