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April 4, 2014
HOUSING + TRANSIT: Getting on Track in Austin
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us for a timely forum on linking transit and affordable housing policies in our region to build sustainable, inclusive communities. As Austin prepares for a November bond referendum on a new high-capacity transit investment, we will explore why Austin needs to link its plans for transit with affordable housing. Come learn from national and local experts about the tools available to get transit and affordable housing on track together.
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REGISTRATION: Attendance is free but seating is limited and an RSVP is required. Online event registration is available at http://housingplustransit.eventbrite.com
Registration is full, but we are keeping a waiting list.
Director, Urban Solutions Program, Natural Resources Defense Council
Shelley Poticha is a national leader in linking transportation, housing, and land use policies to create more sustainable and equitable communities. Prior to joining NRDC, Shelley served as the first director of the Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), where she led the initiative to transform the federal New Starts transit program to improve housing affordability and build inclusive communities along transit corridors. Shelley is the former President and CEO of Reconnecting America and former Executive Director of the Congress for New Urbanism.
8:00 am Sign In and Light Breakfast
8:15 Welcome Remarks
Director | Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic
UT School of Law
8:30 Framing the Issue
Dr. Elizabeth Mueller
Associate Professor | Community and Regional Planning
8:50 Keynote Address
Director | Urban Solutions Program
Natural Resources Defense Council
10:00 Panel Discussion
Community Involvement Manager | Capital Metro
Executive Director | HousingWorks Austin
Vice President | HNTB Corp.
Former Assistant Director | Neighborhood Planning & Zoning
City of Austin
11:30 Audience Q&A with Panelists
Center for Sustainable Development
LBJ School Center for Politics and Governance
Center for Politics and Governance
Congress for the New Urbanism Central Texas Chapter
Imagine Austin, City of Austin
Austin Board of REALTORS®
April 4, 2014
The University of Texas at Austin, LBJ School of Public Affairs, Bass Lecture Hall, Room 2.104
2313 Red River St.