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Strong Towns: Building a World Class Transportation System

  • University of Minnesota - Rapson Hall, Room 100 89 Church Street Southeast Minneapolis, MN, 55455 United States (map)

America is having a one-dimensional discussion on transportation. The central question – how do we get more money to continue with our current approach – fails to adequately explain why our current approach has left us lacking funds in the first place. Political leaders say they want a “world class transportation system” but are not able to explain, in any credible way, how to bring that vision about. A World Class Transportation System, explains why we are stuck, the consensus principles that can unite Americans and the practical – albeit paradigm-shifting – approach that can be used to build the highways, transit systems and local facilities we need to be economically competitive.

Earlier Event: September 23
Lunch & Learn