What Can an Integrated Transportation System Really Mean for South Florida?
|Half Day Program
Friday, April 30, 2010
8:00am - 12:00pm
Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel
1825 Griffin Road
Dania Beach, FL 33004
$3 Self Parking
|Register Online | Registration Information | AGENDA|
|Tired of trying to get from place to place in South Florida? When’s our transportation system going to make sense? What does it really mean in terms of jobs and sustainability?
Learn about how the transportation system fits together from key regional leadership and hear about how Dallas made transit work as a key economic driver for its region from Walt Humann, the driving private sector voice behind the successful effort.
Attend this program, and understand what transportation is real, what’s planned and what’s funded for South Florida. Discuss how we can use it to make economic growth happen here.
ULI has organized this program as both a learning experience and a thoughtful discussion about how we can collectively use transportation to think and act regionally. Please register today, and be part of this lively conversation.
|Continuing Education Credits
AIA - 3.5 hr. credit (submitted for review of credit)
AICP - 3.5 hr. credit (CM pending)
|*Note registration fees increase by $10 on day of event.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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