Loading…
This event has ended. Visit the official site or create your own event on Sched.
Tickets for keynote talks are available at thrivalfestival.com/tickets
View analytic
Wednesday, September 21 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Moving Forward: Transportation Transitions and the Future of Urban Mobility

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Pittsburgh has gotten a lot of attention recently from Uber's launch of its first fleet of autonomous vehicles. However, this is only the latest milestone in a long history of innovation in transportation and infrastructure. From railroads and bridges to trolley cars and airports, Pittsburgh has been at the center of many transitions, both good and bad. Today, the city's (usually) positive repuation around its bridges and rivers are juxtaposed with notoriety for unintuitive roads, crumbling infrastructure, bad drivers, and poor accessibility.

We invite Stan Caldwell (Executive Director of Traffic21), Sean Luther (Executive Director of Envision Downtown), Ian Neumaier (Founder of Find Some Flow), and Allison Plummer (Co-founder of Transit-Source), to discuss these changes and their significance for the future.

Speakers
SC

Stan Caldwell

Executive Director, Traffic21
SL

Sean Luther

Mr. Luther is responsible for managing Envision Downtown – a public private partnership created by City of Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership to craft a 21st century vision for the sustainable and efficiency development of a Downtown for all. | | Prior to launching Envision Downtown, Mr. Luther was at the helm of Green Building Alliance’s Pittsburgh 2030 District where he advanced dramatic energy and water... Read More →
IN

Ian Neumaier

Founder, Director, and Chief Fun Funder at Find Some Flow.
AP

Allison Plummer

Co-Founder & Managing Director, Transit-Source
Allison Plummer is a Co-founder and Managing Director of TransitSource. She has been commuting by bike for almost eight years and is passionate about making cycling more accessible. In the last five years, she has worked on all sides of the civic public/private partnership model, including city government, institutes of higher education, nonprofits, and engineering firms. At each stop she has found a creative way to incorporate GIS for better... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am
Alloy 26 Auditorium 100 S Commons Pittsburgh, PA

Attendees (21)




Twitter Feed