January 17, 2018
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Join Housing Colorado Thursday, February 1st – Noon-2:00 PM for its Legislative Luncheon at History Colorado Center – 1200 Broadway. Connect with lawmakers and support development and preservation of affordable housing. Arrive at 10:30 if you like for a special issues briefing, explaining details on current legislation. register at:
The Road Ahead 2018 – Connecting Stations with Their Communities – Thursday, February 22nd
Join us to explore how opportunities to improve mobility and station connectivity are arising with the advent of new technology and a more integrated transportation system. As more transportation options are revealed throughout our region, new transit stations will continue to open, and those existing will need to evolve to better accommodate all modes of travel. Stations that are integrated with their communities help to connect travelers, innovate operations, improve and utilize infrastructure more efficiently, and better meet personal mobility needs. We will be joined by Pauletta Tonilas of LA Metro, as well as a panel of local experts.
WHAT: The Road Ahead 2018: The Road Ahead 2018: Connecting Stations with Their communities. The fourteenth annual seminar featuring presentations, a panel discussion and invitation only luncheon.
WHO: Over 300 attendees including: local and regional officials; state and federal government representatives; and public and private sector participants, developers, and business leaders.
WHEN: Thursday, February 22, 2018. Presentations from 8am–11:15am, Invitation-only luncheon from 11:30am–12:30pm.
WHERE: University of Denver, Driscoll Ballroom, 2055 E Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80210
Keynote – PAULETTA TONILAS
Chief Communications Officer,
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Save the date for the 22nd Annual Cherry Creek Rotary Open golf tournament July 19th, 2018 at the Beautiful Bear Dance Golf Club.