Forum: The Future of San Francisco Transportation

From Business Council on Climate Change:

The Future of San Francisco Transportation: What Can Green Teams do to Help?

Join colleagues from other San Francisco Green Teams on June 18th for a special event and webinar on sustainable transportation and commuting. Learn about cutting-edge ideas for building a stronger, greener transit system and discuss ways that you can get involved.

When
Wednesday, June 18th, 2014
9:00-10:00 AM (Presentation and Discussion)
10:00-10:30 AM (Networking Time)
Where
Attend in Person: Wells Fargo Learning and Events Center
333 Market St., Annex Building (2nd Floor, Clementine Room)
Attend via Webinar: Please join the Webinar at this link.

Speakers
Timothy Papandreou, Deputy Director, Strategic Planning and Policy, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

Timothy Papandreou directly oversees a team of 30 planning, engineering and policy staff tasked with implementing the SFMTA’s sustainable mobility goals through integrated, multi-modal (bicycle, walking, transit, car-sharing, parking and taxi) transportation plans, street design projects, and complete street projects. Previously Papandreou spent nearly nine years with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, where he served as Transportation Planning Manager.

Employee Panel (Participants TBA)

Following Timothy Papandreou, an employee panel will share everyday experiences navigating different low carbon transit options in the Bay Area.

Details

  • Light breakfast will be provided.
  • Our room can accomodate 75 people; webinar participation is not restricted.
  • We encourage you to use public transportation to reach this event. The Wells Fargo learning center is adjacent to the Embarcadero Bart/Muni stop.
  • The event will begin promptly at 9:00 AM.

About the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3)

BC3 is a network of San Francisco companies dedicated to working together to secure a vibrant future for our city and our planet. Learn more at bc3sfbay.org. This event is part of a new initiative focused on empowering employees across local corporations to collaborate in advancing sustainability in San Francisco.

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