On the Record: Alternative transportation governance models for the D.C. metro region
From Olivia Coleman
Growing population in urban areas throughout the world elevates the need for collaboration among local government leaders and city planners to ensure a sustainable public transportation infrastructure that is well-connected, convenient, and affordable to meet regional needs.
Hear urban planning and policy experts discuss effective European models that could offer innovative solutions to improve regional coordination and public transportation challenges in the D.C. metro area.
— Ralph Buehler, Associate Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning in the School of International and Public Affairs at Virginia Tech
— Joe McAndrew, Director of Transportation Policy, Greater Washington Partnership
— Sara Kline, Principal, SK Solutions LLC
“On the Record” – a series of regular media roundtables -- was launched
by the university’s Media Relations team last fall with a goal of
elevating Virginia Tech research and connecting our faculty to reporters
from national and trade publications.