From Parking to Paradise: An Evening with Professor Donald Shoup

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7:00PM - 8:30PM

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Ed Roberts Campus

3075 Adeline Street
Berkeley, CA

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Join us for an incredible night of learning and conversation with renowned urban planner Donald Shoup, UCLA professor and the leading expert on parking policy.

For too long, outdated parking codes, traffic policies, and misconceptions have built overly-paved places where you have to get in a car to pick up even a gallon of milk or loaf of bread.  In fact, taking on parking policy is one of the most important ways we can make our communities more walkable.

That’s why you’ve got to hear Donald Shoup’s fascinating and eye-opening talk about how we can rethink parking and revolutionize our cities in terms of the environment, economy, and social justice. 

Moderator Ann Cheng, TransForm’s GreenTRIP Program Director, will lead a question and answer session just following Professor Shoup’s presentation.  To submit your questions for Professor Shoup in advance, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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About the Ed Roberts Campus: Located at a fully accessible transit hub at Ashby BART, the Ed Roberts Campus is a national and international model dedicated to disability rights and universal access. The Ed Roberts Campus commemorates the life and work of Edward V. Roberts, an early leader in the independent living movement of persons with disabilities. Ed believed in the strength of collaborative efforts: He called it “working toward our preferred future.”  To learn more about the ERC, visit: http://www.edrobertscampus.org

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