StreetTalk 10-in-1 2015

Old-South-Meeting-House.jpgOnline Registration is now closed. Onsite registration will be available starting at 5:30pm tomorrow. We encourage you to arrive early to secure your seat. Overflow balcony seating will also be available.


We are excited to announce that we’ll be hosting our annual StreetTalk 10-in-1 at the Old South Meeting House on December 9, 2015!

Building on the Meeting House’s long tradition of hosting spirited, thought-provoking discussions, this annual event will feature 10 short form presentations all designed to highlight innovative ideas to transform our streets.

We’ll also be capping off our 10th anniversary celebration, so expect this to be our biggest and best 10-in-1 yet! Purchase a ticket today and reserve your spot. And remember, this event is free for members of LivableStreets and Old South Meeting House!

Read more about our 10-in-1 Speakers here!

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Alice Brown, Project Manager, GoBoston 2030:

GoBoston 2030: Framing new transportation conversations

Kris Carter, Co-Chair, Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics: 

Passive data, active science: An experimental approach to improving the operation of our streets

Mark Chase, Urban Transportation Consultant, Tufts University:

Neighborways: creating low stress street networks for kids & kids at heart

Emily Curran, Executive Director, Old South Meeting House  

Jackie Douglas, Executive Director, LivableStreets Alliance:

Making Buses Sexy

Scott Hamwey, Manager of Long-range Planning, MassDot: 

Incorporating today's emerging trends into a 2040 strategic vision for the MBTA

Tommy Hayes, Transportation Policy Manager, Lyft:

Safe Streets for All: How Lyft can help cities advance the goals of Vision Zero

Matt Lawlor, Partner, Robinson + Cole:

Forging a New Path: Roslindale Gateway to the Arboretum

Russ Lopez, Senior Research Associate, Dukakis Center for Urban and Metropolitan Policy @Northeastern University:

How to stop a highway and accomplish other impossible feats of strength

Connor McKay, Data Scientist, City of Boston, Citywide Analytics Team: 

Passive data, active science: An experimental approach to improving the operation of our streets

Ari Ofsevit, Program and Communications Coordinator, Charles River Transportation Management Association 

Rethinking the 1-90 Allston Interchange: A vision for what’s possible

Vivian Ortiz, Project Coordinator for Mattapan, Let's Get Healthy, Boston! Initiative:

Invisible to Whom? Age, race and Place Take a Ride

Stacy Thompson, Deputy Director, LivableStreets Alliance


 Thank you to our event sponsor:

  • December 09, 2015 at 6pm – 8:30pm
  • Old South Meeting House
    310 Washington St
    Boston, MA 02108
    United States
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  • Stacy Thompson

    617.621.1746