PenTrans Webinar August 9

Will place-based thinking be the future of transportation?

Can shifting focus to community building (or placemaking) not only better benefit our communities but save money and speed up project delivery?

In this webinar, we will explore how framing transportation solutions within a place and community context can better serve communities and transportation agencies.

PenTrans Webinar with Gary Toth
August 9 11:00 to Noon
Register for this free webinar: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to attend the webinar.

During his 46 years in transportation, land use planning and Placemaking, Gary worked to use transportation to build communities, enhance places and quality of life, not just move vehicles. In 34 years at New Jersey Department of Transportation he came to learn the “political engineering” needed to dovetail community goals with transportation.   As part of several national transportation organizations, Gary came to understand the culture and issues facing state DOTs and local transportation agencies.   
Since joining the Project for Public Spaces in 2007, Gary has worked with communities to help them create more sustainable streets and transportation networks. He has also worked with a dozen state DOTs, the Federal Highway Administration, the American Public Transit Association and the National Highway Institute on new approaches to transportation, and land use planning. He has written a number of articles on these topics as well as the Citizen’s Guide for Engaging Transportation Professionals.  He is currently Executive Vice President at PPS.




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