When: 4:00pm ET, Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Where: Via webinar
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In cities across the U.S., transportation infrastructure is increasingly exposed to extreme weather events, while simultaneously trying to evolve to meet changing demands. But what does it mean for this infrastructure to be resilient to these shocks and stresses? 100 Resilient Cities defines resilience in mobility as the capacity for people and goods to get from A to B seamlessly, with a choice of modes, in a way that will contribute to an individual, community, or city’s ability to survive, adapt, and grow in the face of stresses and shocks. This webinar explored the challenges and opportunities associated with the transportation sector becoming more resilient.
Mariane Jang, Associate Director, 100 Resilient Cities
Andrew Salkin, Vice President, 100 Resilient Cities
Brianne Eby, Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation