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Event Archive - Go Victoria: Community Launch Event:

Thu. January 24th 2019 - Thu. January 24th 2019 @  Victoria Conference Centre (All Ages)
7pm - 8:30pm doors at 6pm
Free

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Visual Arts: Film:
FILMS & ART DISPLAY: TRANSPORTATION AND MOBILITY

Victoria is kicking-off 2019 with an event to engage the community on the development of a Sustainable Mobility Strategy. Go Victoria: Our Mobility Future will set our plans and priorities to invest in the most transformative ways to move people, goods and services in, out and around the City of Victoria, for generations to come.

The audience will hear from an expert panel of speakers and watch a series of short transportation films about how mobility has already shaped Victoria and what opportunities and challenges lie ahead. This is youth-friendly event and refreshments will be provided. An exhibit of fabulous artwork and historical photos will be on display in the main lobby prior to event. We encourage you to check out the creative ways mobility is expressed in our community

Confirmed speakers include:

• Lilly Shoup – Senior Director of Transportation Policy, Lyft
• Jeff Tumlin – Transportation Strategy Director, NelsonNygaard
• Gordon Price – Urban Development and Planning Consultant and author of Price Tags

The audience can participate in the discussion, ask questions and provide insights on city-wide transportation and mobility issues. The City wants to hear from the public to build the strategy that will map Victoria’s transition to a higher standard of transportation and mobility, defined by integrated, clean, seamless and attractive mobility networks that support all modes of travel. Register today by visiting: https://www.victoria.ca/EN/main/residents/transportation/go-victoria.html

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