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Public Transportation and the Built Environment

GBCI: 0920010807

The panel will discuss the concept of sustainability as it relates to public transportation in central Ohio. The interrelatedness of public transportation and built environment, along with opportunities for synergies amongst these organizations and the chapter will be explored. This will include current transportation systems and technologies in place, those under construction in addition to a look at what public transportation could look like in the future in the context of a region with a growing population.
Eligible for 1.0 CE HOUR.
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Public Transportation and the Built Environment -The panel will discuss the concept of sustainability as it relates to public transportation in central Ohio. The interrelatedness of public transportation and built environment, along with opportunities for synergies amongst these organizations and the chapter will be explored. This will include current transportation systems and technologies in place, those under construction in addition to a look at what public transportation could look like in the future in the context of a region with a growing population.

Objectives

  1. Attendees will learn what role the built environment and the chapter can serve in promoting an efficient and effective public transportation system.
  2. Attendees will learn about programs the agencies are working on to promote sustainability.
  3. Attendees will learn about the obstacles, successes and opportunities for collaboration in upgrading and maintaining the transportation infrastructure.
  4. Attendees will learn what each of the agency's vision of the future is for transportation in central Ohio.
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USGBC Ohio
Columbus, OH
United States

Leaders

Marie Keister, Public Involvement and Reputation Management Advisor, MurphyEpson
William Murdock, Executive Director at Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
W. Curtis Stitt, President and CEO at Central Ohio Transit Authority
Joshua Lapp, Principal at Designing Local, Ltd., Transit Columbus