PSU Transportation Seminars Resume with Fall Session

From PSU:

Portland State University’s weekly transportation seminar series resumes on Friday, September 30th. As always, the seminars are free and open to the public in person or by webcast, which can be watched live or later via archive. The seminars are held at noon each week in Room 204 of the Urban Center at the corner of SW 6th and Mill. For more information about the seminar series or individual seminars, visit http://www.cts.pdx.edu/seminars/

9/30: Peter Lagerwey, Toole Design (Seattle) on the Seattle Bike Plan
10/7: Andy Dannenberg, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on “Making Healthy Places: Designing and Building for Health, Well-being and Sustainability”
10/14: Christopher Garlick, Atkins North America on “Gasless and Cashless take a toll: sustainable and non-stop mobility through user fees”
10/21: Ronald Tamse, City of Utrecht (Netherlands)
10/28: Shane Brown, Washington State University on “Understanding Sight Distance and Stopping Distance”
11/4: Wes Wilson, University of Oregon on transportation economics
11/11: Veterans Day, no seminar
11/18: David Noyce, University of Wisconsin
11/25: Thanksgiving Holiday, no seminar
12/2: Roger Chen, Portland State University

We hope you will join us!

– PSU Center for Transportation Studies

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