I am scheduled to be part of a live roundtable discussion on MN transportation on Friday Aug. 1 at 6:30pm on KSTP-TV (Channel 5). (This marks the 7th anniversary of the I-35W Mississippi River Bridge collapse).
The panel includes
El Tinklenberg, Fmr. MNDOT Commissioner
Professor and RP Braun CTS Chair in Transportation
University of Minnesota
Kathy Quick Assistant Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs U of M
Margaret Donahoe , Executive Director The MN Transportation Alliance
A reminder, and notice that tickets are cheaper in advance, so those of you who “plan” and those of you who are “economists” should be able to do this in advance.
The Theater of Public Policy at the Bryant Lake Bowl starts Monday
The “Transportationist” on T2P2
Dr. David Levinson is The Theater of Public Policy’s guest for their season debut. Tickets!
A lot of folks are talking about transit in Minnesota. But only one show is bring the debates over buses, streetcars, highways, and bicycles to life. Join us, The Theater of Public Policy this Monday, April 7th at the Bryant Lake Bowl Theater when we interview University of Minnesota professor of Civil Engineering David “The Transportationist” Levinson. Then watch as our cast of improvisers craft unscripted scenes inspired by the on-stage conversation.
Tickets are $7 in advance, or for students with I.D., kids under 12, or anyone with a Fringe Button. Otherwise, they are $10 at the door.
Get your tickets online now or by calling the Bryant Lake Bowl box office at (612) 825‑8949.
This will be the show’s first season at the historic Bryant Lake Bowl Theater in Uptown, Minneapolis (810 W. Lake Street). The theater will open at 6:00pm for all shows with the performance starting at 7:00pm.
The University of Minnesota’s resident civil engineering guru is known around the world as The Transportationist. Professor Levinson will join us to talk about the Twin Cities, traffic, streetcars, and why we don’t yet have hover bikes?
Doors at 6:00 – Show at 7:00
Tickets: $10 at the door OR $7 in advance, or $7 at the door with student I.D., kids under 12, or with a Fringe Button.
I appear on The Week this week, discussing transportation with host Chris Riback, and other panelists Stephen Goldsmith (former Mayor of Indianapolis and Deputy Mayor of New York) and Barry Schulz of Atkins. Video clips of the discussion are available.