Cities across the country are transforming their streets to actively prioritize transit, biking, and walking: the key to moving more people in the same street space. Not only does this require a different approach to planning and street design, it requires a paradigm shift in thinking. In previously automobile-centric cities, changing the status quo takes significant political will and intentional effort.
In this session, hear three cities’ strategies for making the case for sustainable mobility. From high capacity transit in Phoenix, to a bike lane network in San Jose, to vibrant public spaces on previously underused asphalt in Detroit – learn how these cities are building support for a scalable, multimodal future.