How can we plan for urban growth in Cambridge to promote a more diverse, livable, and sustainable city for all residents?
An esteemed panel will address the coming demographic shifts that will put further pressure on the Cambridge’s housing market and our transportation systems, and talk about solutions that can make Cambridge a leader in defining a new urban America in the age of climate change.
- Frederick P. Salvucci, Former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation and current MIT Professor of Civil Engineering
- Barry Bluestone, Founding director of the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University
- Amy Cotter, Director of Regional Plan Implementation for the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)
Moderated by Renee Loth, Editor at ArchitectureBoston and former Editorial Page Editor for the Boston Globe.
Thursday, April 11th
1000 Massachusetts Ave.
All are welcome! Please register online to let us know you’ll be participating in the discussion: http://abettercambridge.org/register-forum
Sponsored by A Better Cambridge | Working to build a more diverse and dynamic Cambridge on the path toward sustainable growth.