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Lecture by Jeffrey Tumlin - Sustainable Mobility (Palo Alto, 3/11, 4:00 p.m.

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      Speaker Series #3
      Sustainable Mobility
      Planning for Sustainable Development
      Ten Easy Steps to Ease Conges􀆟on, Earn Money, and Solve Global Climate
      Change

      City of Palo Alto Council Chambers
      Thursday - March 11, 2010
      4:00 - 6:00 pm

      This is the third in a series of presentations sponsored by the Palo Alto
      Department of Planning & Community Environment to provide insight and
      guidance for preparing the Comprehensive Plan amendment.

      Jeffrey Tumlin, Principal and Multimodal/Transit Oriented Development
      Practice Leader at Nelson/Nygaard in San Francisco, will discuss how
      transportation should support individual and collective goals by striking
      a balance between mobility and accessibility transportation objectives.
      Mr. Tumlin will describe how our transportation decisions have serious
      implications on our efforts to curb global warming and discuss ten steps
      that could make a significant impact in reducing CO2 emissions and achieve
      green mobility.

      Jeffrey Tumlin is an expert with 17 years of experience in multimodal
      transportation planning, with an emphasis in minimizing the impacts of
      growth, and is the co-author of BART’s Station Access Guidelines and
      Transit Oriented Development Guidelines. He has managed Transit Oriented
      Development projects and station area plans for four dozen rail station
      areas, Transportation Master Plans for downtowns and cities,
      Transportation Management Plans for major projects, and Parking Management
      Strategies for multiple jurisdictions. He is also the recipient of the
      City of Palo Alto’s “Consultant of the Year” award in 2000 and was
      instrumental in the development of Stanford’s Office Transportation
      Programs’ innovative transportation management strategies.







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