Wednesday, April 11, 2007

By Choice Not By Chance: Transportation for the Baltimore Region (ULI Baltimore - Tuesday, April 24, 2007)

Paul also alerts us to a conference about Baltimore transportation issues, sponsored by the Baltimore chapter of ULI. Based on the conference schedule it looks pretty good.

This dispersed pattern of development is promoting a sharp increase in long distance commuting and traffic congestion. What have we learned in the past five years from the 2002 Baltimore Regional Rail Plan? What do we need to do going forward?

Join the Urban Land Institute-Baltimore District Council and Lambda Alpha International as we host a presentation by key panelists to examine real solutions for relieving regional congestion.
Click here for a printable event flyer
Click here for a printable registration form

Location -
The Johns Hopkins Downtown Center
8:00am - 4:00pm
10 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

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At 8:02 PM, Blogger Ray Hyde said...

Where is the evidence that long distance commuting leads to traffic congestion?

If all the people who commute fifty or thirty miles moved fifteen or 35 miles closer, wouldn't you have just as many people and just as much congestion inside of 15 miles?

 

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