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KCTS 9 and its Community Advisory Board is convening a series of conversations around topics of importance for communities in our region. On November 3, we will be hosting an expert panel at the Roundhouse Community Centre in Vancouver to discuss the critical issue of transportation.
Vancouver is grappling with transportation challenges on all fronts: from an increasingly congested commute, to a lack of adequate public transit, to confusion over shared transportation alternatives, and an infrastructure unable to handle a growing population. So what must be done to address this critical issue.
KCTS 9’s Enrique Cerna moderates a community conversation featuring Mayor Greg Moore of Port Coquitlam, and Chair of Metro Vancouver Board of Directors; urban planner and Director of The City Program at Simon Fraser University Andy Yan of Bing Thom Architects; Erin O'Melinn is the Executive Director of HUB Cycling, and others working to find transportation solutions.
Where: Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver, BC
When: Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
Time: Doors at 5:30 p.m. | Start at 6:00 p.m.
Greg Moore is the Chair of the Metro Vancouver Board of Directors and the Mayor of the City of Port Coquitlam in British Columbia, Canada.
Greg was elected as Port Coquitlam’s 15th Mayor in November 2008 and as Chair of Metro Vancouver in December 2011.
Erin O'Melinn is the Executive Director of HUB Cycling - Metro Vancouver's cycling education, action and events non-profit organization. HUB Cycling works with stakeholders and decision makers to improve cycling conditions and directly reaches over 25,000 participants annually, to get more people cycling more often.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Andy Yan is the director of The City Program at Simon Fraser University. Prior to his appointment, he has worked extensively in the non-profit and private urban planning sectors, with projects in the metropolitan regions of Vancouver, San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles and New Orleans. He specializes in the fields of urban regeneration, applied demographics, Geographic Information Systems, neighbourhood development, public outreach, social media and quantitative research.
The event is free and open to the public. To ensure seating, we highly recommend RSVP’ing to the event. Seating is based on a first-come, first-served basis.
You can join in the conversation online by tagging @KCTS9 on Twitter and/or using the hashtag #YVRTransportation. You are invited to submit questions for the panelists via KCTS9.org, Facebook and Twitter or in person during the event as an audience member.
For event and registration questions, please contact our Community Engagement Manager, Bill Kight, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.443.6686.
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