Transportation Equity Strategies Under Development - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Transportation Equity Strategies Under Development

March 1, 2018, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CST

This is a past event

UIC Great Cities Institute
412 S. Peoria St., Suite 400
Chicago, IL 60607

Hosted by: The Urban Transportation Center at University of Illinois at Chicago

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Urban transportation is a dynamic, always evolving industry. Catch Audrey Wennink, MPC's Director of Transportation, presenting on MPC's Cost of Segregation study and the strategies our team is developing to address issues of transportation equity.

The presentation will be hosted by yhe Urban Transportation Center (UTC), a research unit dedicated to innovative transportation research and education that provides technical assistance on urban transportation planning, policy, operations, finance and management. Part of the College of Urban Planning & Public Affairs at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), the UTC is a nationally-recognized innovator in research, education and engagement that benefits transportation networks in cities and metropolitan areas across America.

Pizza will be served, or bring your own lunch. This event is open to the UIC community and any individual or group interested in transportation. Please direct questions to Edward Bury at 312.413.1967.

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