Mobility Making the Place

Details
Date:

May 3

Time:

09:00 am - 09:00 am

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mobility-making-the-place-tickets-55978023776
Organizer

Georgetown Urban & Regional Planning Program

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/georgetown-urban-amp-regional-planning-program-18732143510
Venue

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies

640 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Washington, DC, US, 20001

Will the digitization of urban mobility enhance or homogenize the unique spirit of urban places? Please join us for an interactive research workshop to explore the dynamic integration of urban mobility networks and place-based management strategies. This event is part of a longer research effort called the Place Leadership Project which receives support from the Georgetown Global Cities Initiative.  The convening is jointly hosted by the Urban & Regional Planning Program and the Technology Management Program.




Confirmed Participating Organizations: 




  • Bethesda UP




  • Crystal City BID




  • District of Columbia Department of Transportation




  • District of Columbia Office of Planning




  • Downtown Frederick




  • Eastern Market Main Street




  • Georgetown BID




  • Golden Triangle BID




  • International Downtown Association




  • Montgomery County Planning Commission




  • National Capital Planning Commission




  • Southwest BID




  • Tysons Partnerhsip




  • UPS




  • Washington DC BID Council




  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency




  • ZGF Architects






Event Agenda: 


A detailed agenda will be made available in the coming weeks.




8:15   Networking Breakfast


9:00  Welcome


9:15   New Faces of Place Management Across the Washington Metropolitan Region


10:00 Panel One


10:45  Keynote


11:30  Panel Two


12:15  Networking Lunch




Social Media:


Our social media handles are: 
@GeorgetownURP 
@GUGlobalCities 
@GeorgetownInDC 
@Georgetown




Please share your comments, feedback, and insights on the content of the research workshop using the hashtag: #GeorgetownPLP.






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