Industrial Design and Innovation

Get Connected: Futures in Public Transport

A timely opportunity for 3rd year students….  and all others also welcome

Hear local professionals and Jarrett Walker, author of Human Transit, explain how they arrived into the public transport field. Students from all faculties and disciplines are welcome. Enquiries:

getconnected@mrcagney.com.
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/

getconnected_futuresinPT-aJarrett Walker is an international consultant in public transit network design and policy.  He has been a full-time consultant since 1991 and has led numerous major planning projects in North America, Australia, and New Zealand.  He currently serves as a Principal Consultant with MRCagney based in Australia.  He provides expert advice to clients worldwide. Born in 1962, he grew up in Portland, Oregon during the revolutionary 1970s, the era when Portland first made its decisive commitment to be a city for people rather than cars.  He went on to complete a BA at Pomona College (Claremont, California) and a Ph.D. in theatre arts and humanities at Stanford University.  Passionately interested in an impractical number of fields, he is probably the only person with peer-reviewed publications in both the Journal of Transport Geography and Shakespeare Quarterly.  In addition to Human Transit, he also writes on botany, creative writing, performing arts, and a range of other interests on his personal blog, Creature of the Shade. For more on Jarrett Walker, and this blog, see the Welcome and Manifesto post.  For more on his professional services, see here.

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