Short Films, Big Visions: A Series on Transportation and Community
Thursday, February 23, 2023
5:30–7:30 p.m. Central
Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs
301 19th Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55455
About the Event
The Center for Transportation Studies and Humphrey School of Public Affairs are co-hosting a screening of the "Community Power" series of short films produced by the Redford Center focused on the future of transportation, sustainability, and community empowerment.
This series includes “Community Power Minnesota: Transportation and Happiness,” featuring the research of University of Minnesota Professor Yingling Fan. Following the screening, CTS Director Kyle Shelton will moderate a panel featuring Fan; Mariia Zimmerman, Strategic Advisor for Technical Assistance and Community Solutions, U.S. Department of Transportation; Minneapolis Public Works Director Margaret Anderson-Kelliher; and Minnesota Department of Public Health's Emily Smoak.
A social reception will be held immediately following the event in the adjacent Mondale Commons. Light refreshments will be served.
Registration is not required.
Parking and Transit
A circular drive in front of the building is available for drop off and unloading. The 19th Avenue Ramp is just across the street from the Humphrey School. The 21st Avenue Ramp is just south of the adjacent Carlson School of Management. More information on ramps and parking facilities is available from University Parking and Transportation Services.
The Humphrey School is easily accessed by Metro Transit bus and light rail service. The West Bank station on the METRO Green Line is closest to the school. The Cedar / Riverside station on the METRO Blue Line is only a few blocks away. Both bus routes 2 and 7 serve the stop at 19th Avenue South and Riverside Avenue, approximately one block from the Humphrey School. Visit the Metro Transit website to find other routes that serve the area.
Contact Samantha Hahn-Douville at email@example.com.
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