Community Forum open to public- Mobility on the Peninsula

Historic Charleston Foundation to Host a Peninsula Mobility Forum with a Panel of Transportation Policy Experts

May 13, 2014 at 7:00 o'clock

The Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street, Charleston

With the expansion of growth, development and tourism in the area, the peninsula of Charleston is experiencing increased transportation pressures.

Meeting attendees will hear from experts in other communities that have successfully tackled issues related to traffic, parking and mobility. National and local experts will discuss progressive approaches and alternative solutions to these concerns. Alternate modes of transportation by car, bike, public transit and walking will be considered. A moderated panel discussion will follow the presentations with audience participation encouraged.

Panelists include:

Rick Williams, Executive Director of GoLloyd, a non-profit Transportation Management Association (TMA), Portland, OR

Terry Shook, Founding Partner and Principal of Shook Kelley, a planning and design firm, Charlotte, NC
Tim Keane, Director of Planning, Preservation & Sustainability, Charleston, SC

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