Chuck Marohn is participating in two events at the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) in Seattle.
May 4: Beers with Engineers
Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Location: GGLO Space at the Steps (1301 First Ave, Suite 301 )
To commemorate Congress for New Urbanism 25, Project for Public Spaces invites you to attend our third round of Beers with Engineers. This time around we will be toasting engineer’s role in New Urbanism.
Join us for a wide-ranging panel discussion about improving our streets and our communities, including designing bike lanes, calming traffic, planning for self-driving cars, fostering equity in transportation and the engineering profession, navigating your transportation department, and more.
Our forum is intended to help forge a relationship between your local transportation engineer and the interested public.
Attendance is free, but registration is required for this event.
May 5: Strong Towns Debates
Time: 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Location: 1927 Events (1927 3rd Ave, Seattle)
Strong Towns makes its annual appearance at the Congress for the New Urbanism with a series of lively and interactive debates. Loud music: check. Audience voting: check. Snarky panel: check. Oh, and beer. A hardcore mashup of Oxford Debating meets American Idol.
Match-ups and topic to be announced soon.
You do not need to be a CNU attendee to watch or participate in the debates.
(Top image from CNU)