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With Michael Replogle (Deputy Commissioner For Policy, NYC Dept Transportation), Christian Noske (Partner, BMW i Ventures), Neil Kittredge (Dir. Urban Design & Planning, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects), Lisa Collins (Editor, South Brooklyn Post), Sabina Uffer (Head of Research, BuroHappold Engg).
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 06:00 PM    Cost: Absolutely Free
BuroHappold Engineering, 100 Broadway, 23rd Fl
 
     
 
 
              

 
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<P CLASS="MsoNormal"><EM>6:00 - 6:30PM - Drinks & Snacks<BR>Discussion begins at 6:30PM</EM></P>
<P CLASS="MsoNormal">Cities today are built for the car. Even though there are, in most cases, more pedestrians on urban streets, cars have been allocated a majority of space. While most cities have started to at least partially reverse that hierarchy with the creation of bike lanes & shared streets, we are a long way away from a pedestrians & cyclists first approach to planning. The introduction to CAVs is an opportunity to radically change the way we think of & plan the urban environment, if governments are prepared to regulate the deployment of CAVs in an efficient & sustainable way & planners & urban designers are willing to contribute their part to create streets & public spaces that are for all. This moderated panel made up of an autonomous technology expert, a policy maker, a researcher, & an urban planner will discuss how cities will be impacted & the role of architects & designers during this technology evolution.</P>
<P CLASS="MsoNormal"><STRONG>Join us for an engaging debate with industry experts.</STRONG></P>
<P><STRONG><EM>Hosted by:</EM></STRONG></P>
<P><STRONG>Lisa M. Collins,Editor,</STRONG><SPAN><STRONG>South Brooklyn Post, Freelance Journalist</STRONG><SPAN><STRONG><BR></STRONG></SPAN></SPAN>Lisa M. Collins is a freelance journalist who has written for the <EM>New York Times, New York Magazine, The Detroit News, Vanity Fair</EM>, a Brooklyn business journal called <EM>The Bridge</EM>, & others. For 12 years, she worked as an environmental & City Hall reporter at daily & weekly newspapers, & as a news & feature reporter at <EM>The Associated Press</EM>. Over the years, Lisa has written about urban planning & development, urban blight, & efforts to modernize cities & make them sustainable.</P>
<P CLASS="MsoNormal">She lives in Brooklyn with her husband & two children.</P>
<P><STRONG><EM>With a selected panel:</EM></STRONG></P>
<P><STRONG>Neil Kittredge, AIA, AICP, Partner, Director of Urban Design & Planning, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, LLP<BR></STRONG>Neil Kittredge leads the planning & urban design studio at Beyer Blinder Belle, working with public, private, & institutional clients. An architect & planner, Neil brings a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to complex planning efforts. His experience with a diversity of project types nationally & internationally provides a broad perspective on pressing challenges in urban design & campus planning. At the same time, each project builds on a deep understanding of local context & the unique needs of communities, clients, & institutions.</P>
<P>Neils work includes a citywide vision plan for the District of Columbia, a campus plan for Princeton University, an urban development plan for the University of Chicago, new East African campuses for the Aga Khan University in Tanzania & Uganda, post-Sandy resilience planning for south Brooklyn, & urban design & community engagement for New York rezoning efforts including Coney Island, the Seward Park urban renewal area in the Lower East Side, & Downtown Far Rockaway.</P>
<P>Neil joined Beyer Blinder Belle in 1997 & became a Partner in 2005. He is a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University & the Harvard Graduate School of Design.</P>
<P><SPAN><STRONG>Christian Noske, Partner, BMW i Ventures<BR></STRONG></SPAN>Christian Noske is Partner at BMWs EUR 500 Mio. strategic venture arm. Since 2011 he has focused on early stage investments in Shared & On-Demand Mobility, Customer Digital Life, Energy Services & AI & Big Data.Christian led or co-led BMW i Ventures investments in Shift, Zendrive, Moovit, Stratim, Scoop & others, & currently serves on the board of several early stage companies.</P>
<P>Prior to joining BMW i Ventures, Christian was CFO for a digital agency that was acquired by WPP, & worked in Finance & Business Development for Robert Bosch GmbH in Germany & Asia.</P>
<P><STRONG>Michael Replogle, Deputy Commissioner for Policy, New York City Department of Transportation<BR></STRONG>Michael Replogle is a world-renown expert on sustainable transportation. As Deputy Commissioner for Policy at the New York City Department of Transportation he developed NYCDOTs Strategic Plan 2016: Safe, Green, Smart, Equitable. He is involved in key City initiatives concerning traffic safety, freight, parking, traffic management, autonomous vehicles, & shared mobility, as well as regional & federal strategies.</P>
<P><SPAN>Michael</SPAN>co-founded & chaired the Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) Foundation & the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy, advancing transportation reform initiatives worldwide beginning in 1985. For 17 years, he served as Transportation Director for the Environmental Defense Fund, advising city & national agencies on transport, finance, & regulation. He helped lead growth management & comprehensive planning efforts in Montgomery County, Maryland, for nearly a decade. An emeritus member of the Transportation Research Board,<SPAN>Michael</SPAN> earned honors degrees in civil engineering & sociology from the University of Pennsylvania.</P>
<P><STRONG>SabinaUffer, Head of Research, BuroHappold Engineering<BR></STRONG>Sabina Uffer is head of research for the Cities team at BuroHappold, undertaking research at the intersection of urban development & infrastructure planning with an emphasis on housing, transportation, & waste. Her expertise lies in developing & executing research projects around national & local urban issues in the US, the UK, Germany, & Switzerland. She has done extensive research on New York & Londons public transit systems, which was discussed in a public conference with representatives from governments & transit agencies from both cities. Most recently, she led a research initiative on the impact of connected & autonomous vehicles on cities across the globe.</P>
<P>Her PhD in Urban & Regional Planning from the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) focused on the effects of a changing housing strategy on Berlins urban development. Before joining BuroHappold in 2013, she worked at LSE Cities on the project Resilient Urban Form & Governance conducting comparative research on the resilience of neighbourhoods in Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, Paris, London, & Berlin. She has taught research methodology in social science at LSE & served as traveling faculty on IHP Cities in the 21st Century: People, Planning, & Politics.</P>
 
 
 
 
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