I35? Bikes? Rail? GONDOLAS?! Find out what State Senator Kirk Watson and Austin Mayor Steve Adler are thinking about what could be next for transportation in Austin. Moderated by Monitor publisher Mike Kanin. Presented by the Downtown Austin Alliance.
A later post indicates Council Member Ann Kitchen will substitute for Mayor Steve Adler.
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Attacking Austin’s Transportation Woes: Personal Rapid Transit
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
719 Congress Ave.
5:15 pm - Doors and Bar Open
6:00 pm - Presentation
7:00 pm - Reception
Austin’s tremendous ‘success’—in technology, entertainment, and more—have led to high annual growth rates that create constant transportation challenges and traffic concerns. How do we embrace our success and manage our growth while addressing the transportation issues that threaten to undermine our unique culture and high quality of life? Come hear renowned entrepreneur, explorer, and visionary Richard Garriott discuss an innovative, creative, self-funded solution that would enhance Austin’s character, culture, and communities.
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Two 2017 SXSW Interactive badges will be given to two lucky registered attendees!
Light refreshments will be offered at the reception that follows the presentation. Registeredattendees will receive one free drink ticket for the reception. (*Please note: arrivals after 6:30pm will not receive a drink ticket.)
Metered street parking is available until 6:00pm for $1/hour. After 6:00pm, street parking is free (where available).
Seating is limited. Please RSVP now for priority seating. Walk-in guests will be admitted as space is available after registered guests have been seated. See you on Tuesday, May 3rd at Stateside Theater!
Have questions about The Austin Forum presents ‘Attacking Austin’s Transportation Woes: Personal Rapid Transit’? Contact The Austin Forum on Technology & Society