September 08, 2017

Metropolis Think Tank

On September 19, 2017, KieranTimberlake and Metropolis magazine will host a Think Tank discussion on Pedestrians, Bikes, and Cars: Designing a Balanced Multi-Modal 21st Century City.  

Can we re-envision a historic city like Philadelphia to balance the needs of pedestrians, cyclists, and automobiles? 
In 2015, several square miles of Center City Philadelphia were blocked for a Papal visit. Suddenly, citizens glimpsed urban space relieved of the usual congestion, smog, and anxiety caused by car traffic. The event sparked regularly-scheduled free street events that opened areas for people to engage the city differently. It also raised broader questions: How can we holistically reimagine our streets to improve quality of life and the environment? And what would such a radical transformation look—and sound—like?

4:00 pm Discussion 
5:30 pm Networking and Refreshments 
Free | 1.5 AIA CEU HSW credits available 
To RSVP for the event, click here
James Timberlake, FAIA 
Partner, KieranTimberlake 
Dena Driscoll 
Co-Chair, 5th Square PAC 
Alan Greenberger, FAIA 
Department Head and Distinguished Teaching Professor 
Department of Architecture Design and Urbanism 
Drexel University
Andrew Stober 
Vice President of Planning and Economic Development, University City District 
Sarah Clark Stuart 
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia 
Susan S. Szenasy 
Director of Design Innovation, Metropolis