Monthly meetings

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Past meetings:

• February 2012: Richard A. Davey, Secretary of Transportation & Chief Executive Officer, Massachusetts Department of Transportation
• April 2010: Making Boston Bicycle-Friendly with Nicole Freedman, Director of Bicycle Programs, City of Boston; and Peter Furth, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern University
• February 2010: How Will We Get A”round”? MASSDOT suspends further MEPA review on the Urban Ring project, with David Mohler, Executive Director, Office of Transportation Planning, MassDOT, and Scott Hamwey, Urban Ring Project Manager, Office of Transportation Planning, MassDOT
• December 2009: Corridor Planning in the Community: Engaging Somerville’s Disengaged as the Green Line Trolly Approaches, with Meridith Levy, Director of Community Power and Resources, Somerville Community Corporation
• October 2009: Transportation Reform Legislation 101, with Jamey Tesler, Deputy Secretary for Legal, Policy and Planning, Executive Office of Transportation
• October 2009: Making Rutherford Avenue and Sullivan Square Pedestrian & Transit-Friendly, with Vineet Gupta, Director of Planning, Boston Transportation Department
• September 2009: Creating a T Accessible to All: Internal and External Perspectives, with Gary Talbot, Assistant General Manager for System-wide Accessibility, MBTA, and Chris Hart, Director of Transit and Urban Projects, Institute for Human Centered Design
• June 2009: Two ‘Stimulating’ Initiatives: South Station Direct Connect & 28X Bus Enhancements, with Clinton Bench, Deputy Executive Director, EOT Office of Transportation Planning
• May 2009: If You Can Make It There, You Can Make It Anywhere: NYC’s Transportation Transformation and the Power of Coalition Politics, with Noah Budnick, Senior Policy Advisor, Transportation Alternatives, New York City
• April 2009: James A. Aloisi, Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation
• March 2009: Imminent Challenges for New England’s Rail Future, with Richard Arena, New England Regional Rail Coalition & Association for Public Transportation
• February 2009: The Politics of Happiness, a conversation With Enrique Peñalosa, Former Mayor of Bogotá, Colombia
• January 2009: Greater Boston’s Transportation Inequities: Environmental Justice in the Geographic Distribution of the Benefits and Burdens of Transportation Systems and Facilities, with Eugene Benson, Legal Counsel at Alternatives for Community & Environment (ACE), Counsel to the T Riders Union and On the Move: The Greater Boston Transportation Justice Coalition
• June 2008: A Green Path Network for the Traffic-Intolerant Bicyclist, with Dr. Peter Furth, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern University.
• May 2008: South Coast Rail and Smart Growth Corridor Plan, with Kristina Egan, South Coast Rail Manager, EOTPW.
• April 2008: A View from Washington: The Policies and Politics of Transportation, with Jane Garvey.
• April 2008: Open for Business? The Benefits and Challenges of Attracting and Keeping Businesses in the Commonwealth, with Gregory Bialecki, Undersecretary for Business Development, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Economic Development.
• March 2008: Transportation Infrastructure in the Commonwealth: The Cost of Neglect, with Marc Draisen, Executive Director, MAPC, Richard Dimino, President and CEO, A Better City, Philip Warburg, President, Conservation Law Foundation.
• February 2008: A Progress Report on Silver Line Phase III, with Andrew Brennan, Director of Environmental Affairs, MBTA.
• January 2008: HD4742: An Act Establishing the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, with Nancy Brennan, Executive Director, Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy and Rob Tuchman, Co-Chair, Mayor’s Central Artery Completion Task Force.
• December 2007: Moving Freight in Massachusetts, A Review of Trends, Challenges, Impacts and Future Efficiencies, with Dennis Coffey, HNTB Corp., Richard Rydant, Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission and Abby Swain, U.S. Department of Environmental Protection.
• November 2007: Evaluating Transportation and Economic Development: The Blue/Red Connector and Beyond, with Wendy Stern, Undersecretary of Transportation.
• October 2007: Building a Sustainable Transportation Financing System, with Stephen Silviera, Chairman, Transportation Finance Commission.
• September 2007: Thomas J. Kinton, CEO and
• May 2007: Transportation Plans and Projects in the Fenway/Kenmore Area, with Vineet Gupta, Director of Planning, Boston Transportation Department, Joe Cosgrove, Director of Planning, MBTA, and John Rosenthal, President, Meredith Management.
• April 2007: Bernard Cohen, Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation and Public Works.
• January 2007: Hundred Acres and Beyond: The Emerging South Boston Waterfront, with Kairos Shen, Director of Planning, Boston Redevelopment Authority, Richard McGuninness, Deputy Director of Waterfront Planning, Boston Redevelopment Authority, Peter Gori, Crossroads Initiative Project Director
• December 2006: Patrick/Murray Transition Team Transportation Issues Pubic Meeting, with Stephanie Pollack, Senior Research Associate at Northeastern University’s Center for Urban and Regional Policy & Transportation Working Group Co-Chair, Richard Dimino, President and CEO, A Better City, Robin Chase, Meadow Networks and Co-Founder of Zipcar, Young Park, President and Principal, Berkeley Investments, Inc. (Co-sponsored with A Better City)
• November 2006: Perspectives on Boston’s Transportation and Infrastructure Challenges, with Dennis Royer, Chief of Public Works and Transportation, City of Boston
• October 2006: Regional Rail in New England and the Northeast: Exploring the Possibilities, with Michael S. Dukakis, Former Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Northeastern University
• September 2006: Worldwide Innovations in Mass Transit: Can We Do It Here?, with Ken Kruckemeyer, Transportation Strategist, Livable Streets Alliance
• July 2006: Smart Growth in Stupid Places? Local Health Impacts of Transportation Corridors, with Wig Zamore, Somerville Transportation Equity Partnership and Carrie Russell, Skadden Fellow and Staff Attorney, Conservation Law Foundation
• June 2006: North Station Expansion Project, with Chris Maher, Vice President, Boston Garden Development Corporation and Mark Boyle, Director of Real Estate, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
• May 2006: Meeting Boston’s Transit and Land Use Challenges, with Stephanie Pollack, Urban Land Institute
• April 2006: Funding Transit Projects, New Ideas and Creative Approaches, with Representative Antonio Cabral of New Bedford
• March 2006: South Station Air Rights Project, with David Perry, Senior Vice President, Hines
• February 2006: The Bulfinch Triangle – Public/Private Planning, Team Work and Investment Revitalize a Boston Neighborhood, with Richard Garver and David Carlson, Boston Redevelopment Authority, Robert O’Brien, Downtown North Association and Malek Al-Khatib, West End Civic Association
• January 2006: Zoning and Smart Growth – Transforming a stimulus to sprawl into a catalyst for well-managed growth, with Kristina Egan, Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance
• May 2005: Congestion Pricing of Roadways: Can it Happen Here? With Yosef Sheffi, Professor of Engineering Systems and Director, Center for Transportation and Logistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Paul Scapicchio, Boston City Councilor and Chairman of the Committee on Aviation and Transportation
• April 2005: The Romney Administration’s Long Range Transportation Plan, with Douglas I. Foy, Secretary, Office of Commonwealth Development)
• March 2005: Urban Ring Update, with Dennis DiZoglio, Assistant General Manager for Planning and Real Estate, MBTA
• January 28, 2005: Housing Task Force
• December 17, 2004: Waterside Place
• November 5, 2004: Update on South Station area
• October 1, 2004: Fred Salvucci: Reflections on the Big Dig
• September 13, 2004: FTA’s New Starts Program and TEA-21 Reauthorization
• June 6, 2004: Astrid Glynn: Criteria for Evaluating Projects
• May 7, 2004: Curtis Davis: MetroFuture Project
• January 9, 2004: Business Perspectives on Transportation Planning
• December 12, 2003: Craig Coy, Massport
• November 14, 2003: Future of South Bay
• September 5, 2003: Funding Infrastructure
• July 11, 2003: Transportation Infrastructure Assets
• June 13, 2003: MBTA Forward Funding
• May 16, 2003: Stephen Burrington: Romney Administration and Smart Growth
• April 4, 2003: Communications and Community Development

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