Join our “Road to Change” conversation

A daylong discussion of transportation, equity, and climate change

Join us for a second Road to Change event on Friday, Nov. 22, this time with a focus on equity, transportation, and climate change. This event will continue the con versation started at our inaugural Road to Change event this past June, but with a particular emphasis on making sure this is an inclusive movement and that access and equity figure prominently in discussions about the future of our transportation network. See our full agenda—featuring a keynote from U.S. Rep. David Price and an update from North Carolina Department of Transportation Secretary James Trogdon—below. The event is free, but registration is requested. Further event details are available here

Presentations and Materials

Audio and Video Recording of the Event

For speaker bios, click here.

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