Join Let's Save Michigan
on today (Tuesday, Sept. 17) for a live discussion
– via Twitter – with three leading experts on urban planning, design, and how transportation planning is an integral part of building healthy communities.
The panelists on our town hall are:
Angie Schmitt: a writer and activist working for Streetsblog
, a national transportation advocacy group, and founder of Rust Wire
, exploring urban issues in industrial cities.
Stefanie Seskin: Deputy Director of the National Complete Streets Coalition at Smart Growth America
, assisting in the implementation of Complete Streets Policies across the country.
Jess Zimbabwe: Executive Director of the Urban Land Institute's Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadershipand the ULI Center for Cities
, guiding education, policy and practice forums on topics in public/private real estate development.
To participate in the conversation, follow the hashtag #HighwaysforHabitats on Twitter
today, noon – 1 p.m. You can also follow the Twitter feed @LetsSaveMich
and Tweet with #HighwaysforHabitats
between now and the event, with questions for panelists during the town hall.