“Hey--you’re the Bicycle Alliance of Washington, not the Transit Alliance!”
True, but we don’t bike ALL the time. Sometimes we drive, sometimes we walk, and sometimes we use public transit. That’s why we’re co-hosting this lunchtime event in Seattle on April 18, and we hope you’ll join us.
Two national transportation experts will be on hand for an engaging discussion about public transportation. Authors Jarrett Walker and Darrin Nordahl will discuss public transit from two different ends of the bus route: technical simplicity—and fun. Opening remarks will be provided by Seattle City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen.
Walker, author of Human Transit, believes that transit can be simple if we focus on the underlying geometry that all transit technologies share. He supplies the basic tools, the critical questions, and the means to make smarter decisions about designing and implementing transit services.
Nordahl, a subscriber to The Fun Theory, is the author of Making Transit FUN! He believes that emotion is a more powerful motivator than reason and argues that there should be a positive incentive—one that lures motorists because the experience of using transit is actually pleasurable.
Space is limited for this event, so please RSVP.
This event is co-hosted by Transportation Choices, Banyan Branch, Bicycle Alliance of Washington, Downtown Seattle Association, Commute Seattle, Cascade Bicycle Club, The Seattle Transit Blog, VIA Architecture, Feet First, GGLO, and Washington Environmental Council.