Part of the CAC’s “What’s Next” series • COVID-19 has created significant challenges to urban transit systems and efforts to reshape mobility in cities worldwide. Hear what strategies are on the table in Chicago for the future of transportation.
How can Chicago correct steep declines in transit use, continue to improve access and encourage active transportation alternatives? This panel of experts will explore opportunities for shoring up Chicago’s world-class transportation network in a time of crisis. We will also investigate the critical role of transit infrastructure in anchoring new investment in our neighborhoods.
Audrey Wennink, Director of Transportation at the Metropolitan Planning Council, leads this important conversation with CDOT Deputy Commissioner for Strategic Planning Jamie Simone, Elevated Chicago Program Director Roberto Requejo and Center for Neighborhood Technology VP of Government Affairs Jacky Grimshaw.