Who do the streets really belong to?

Join us for a special evening discussing transportation, how we got here and where we are going. First a presentation by Peter Norton on his (highly) acclaimed book “Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City" followed by a "Pizza & Perspectives" panel discussion with local transportation experts on “Shaping the Urban Environment through Multimodal Transportation", Founders Hall Multi-Purpose room, at the George Mason University campus in Arlington on October 6. The event is free to all.

Date: October 6, 2015
Location: Founders Hall, Arlington Campus

PART 1
Location: Founders Hall, Room 111
Time: 4:30pm - Reception and Light Refreshments
5:00pm - Professor Peter Norton's Presentation
Several signed copies of Professor Norton's book will be raffled off
after the presentation.
PART 2
Location: Founders Hall Multipurpose Room
Time: 6:00pm - Pizza and Perspectives Panel Discussion with Transportation Experts
Topic: Shaping the Urban Environment Through Multimodal
Transportation
7:15pm - Wrap up

Please RSVP for PART 1 of the program as space is limited.
An RSVP is not needed for PART 2 of the program.

Thank you and we look forward to sharing the evening with you.

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