Friday, May 15, 2020
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our daily lives draw attention to how connected we are to each other in our community. We're experiencing new mobility challenges and limitations, especially on the frontline. Tune into this lively panel discussion about how the pandemic is impacting Boulder's essential workers. We'll discuss how energy, mobility, and sustainability relate during the pandemic, and what that might mean for the future.
Submit your questions for the panelists by 5 pm on Tuesday, May 12 to Zoe at [email protected] (This event is coordinated by 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Via Mobility Services.)
Kathleen Bracke, Boulder County Transportation Planning, Deputy Director
Natalie Stiffler, Via Mobility Services, Director of Operations
Kevin Crouse, Boulder B-cycle, Executive Director
Joshua Sperling, Ph.D., National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Urban Futures Engineer
Clark Rider, University of Colorado Boulder, Sustainable Transportation Specialist
Joan Lyons, Boulder Transportation Connections, Planner and TDM Outreach Specialist
Zoe DeVito, Via Mobility Services, Grants and Contracts Coordinator
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