SPUR Forum: Learning From D.C.’s Transportation Innovations

From SPUR:

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From innovations in car and bike sharing to automated traffic enforcement to peak-period transit pricing, Washington, D.C., has been at the cutting edge of transportation policy. Come hear from one of the key players in this policy shift about the lessons we can learn from D.C.

+ Jonathon Kass / formerly of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation

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