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Sustainable Transportation Summit
Wed, May 3, 2017, 7:30 AM – 1:15 PM MDT
Transportation connects people to places and is the backbone of a thriving economy. Our region is recognized nationally for the progress we've made, yet we need your help to maintain the progress.
Join Commuting Solutions, elected officials, local government staff and private sector stakeholders to hear the lessons learned from the US 36 Bus Rapid Transit project, the future of transit in Colorado, regional active transportation plans and land use changes, and the latest in shared-use mobility trends.
Network with other professionals in the multi-modal transportation and development community.
7:30-8:00 ~ Networking with Elected Officials, Transportation Partners and the Private Sector (light breakfast provided)
8:00-9:20 ~ Opening Plenary: Lessons Learned from the US 36 Bus Rapid Transit Project
9:20-9:35 ~ Break
9:35-10:35 ~ Breakout Session One, choose from:
~ How Active Transportation Fuels a Healthy Economy
~ Innovative Collaborations with Shared Use Technology
10:35-10:50 ~ Break
10:50-11:50 ~ Breakout Session Two, choose from:
~ Land Use Changes that Maximize Active Transportation Investments
~ Connecting our Communities in the Northwest Metro Region
11:50-12:20 ~ Break with Buffet Lunch and Networking
12:20 -1:30 ~ Keynote Presentation: Shared-Use Mobility Trends and National Progress to Connect Communities
Sharon Feigon, Executive Director, Shared-Use Mobility Center
OTHER DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
Herb Atchison, Mayor, City of Westminster
Shailen Bhatt, Executive Director, CDOT
Dave Britton, General Manager, Uber
Holly Buck, Principal, Felsburg, Holt & Ullevig
Gabe Cohen, General Manager, Lyft
David Genova, General Manager, RTD
Chris Hagelin, Senior Transportation Manager, City of Boulder
Elise Jones, Boulder County Commissioner
Matthew Kaufman, Director of Planning, UrbanTrans
Shawn Lewis, Assistant City Manager, City of Longmont
Bo Martinez, Economic Development Director, City and County of Broomfield
Pete Mickartz, Director of Sales, Zagster
Sarah Nurmela, Real Estate & Development Manager, City of Westminster
Christopher Primus, Senior Transportation Planner, HDR
Cyndi Thomas, Partner, Etkin Johnson
(More speakers to come)
LIMITED EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
Reserve a space to showcase your business. Email Rachel Setzke for more information.
Boulder Area Realtor Association
Driscoll Rose LLC
Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners
HDR Engineering, Inc.
Snell & Wilmer
University of Colorado
What are my transit/parking options?
The Denver Marriott Westminster is well served by transit and also offers free parking.
Driving: Take the Church Ranch Blvd exit from US 36. Take Church Ranch Blvd to W 103rd Ave.
Transit: The Denver Marriott Westminster is accessible by transit. It is a two block walk from the eastbound US 36 Church Ranch station, two additional blocks over the bridge from the westbound side. Routes that connect here include: FF1 & FF3 regional routes, and the 104 local route. For RTD Trip Planning, visit rtd-denver.com.
Cycling: The Denver Marriott Westminster has a Zagster bike station and can store personal bikes. The hotel is adjacent to the US 36 Bikeway.
How can I contact the organizer?
Contact Commuting Solutions at email@example.com.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes. If you are unable to attend, please notify Commuting Solutions at firstname.lastname@example.org with the new ticket holder's information.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we will have a list of registered participants at the event.
What is the refund policy?
Cancellations received within 14 days of registration may be eligible to receive a full refund less the service fee.