Making the Link: The Future of Mobility
When: Wednesday, October 11, 3 – 7 pm
Where: The Alliance Center, 1536 Wynkoop St., Denver CO
As Metro Denver’s investment in regional transit has skyrocketed, where has that left local, intra-city and “last mile” transportation options? Join ULI for a conversation about public and private initiatives that aim to help people get around using multimodal methods. Then learn from leading developers about the opportunities and implications for new projects.
We’ll hear about Colfax BRT, “Mobility Hubs,” greenway-oriented development, and how cities can leverage mobility options. Then we’ll dive into case studies from around Metro Denver. Let’s see what’s planned and make our own suggestions to encourage smart land use and more car-free trips!
- Colfax Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and future development
- Greenways-oriented development
- Business-oriented circulators (like the Lone Tree Link serving Charles Schwab and light rail)
- 303 Artway
- Ride at RiNo
- Giambrocco land assemblage at 38th and Blake, including “woonerf”
3 pm – 3:20 pm: Registration and Networking
3:20 pm – 3:30 pm: Opening Remarks
Moderator: Chris Nevitt, City-wide manager for Transit Oriented Development, City and County of Denver
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm: Macro Panel, Trend and Topic Overview. Topics include: mobility hubs, Colfax Avenue Bus Rapid Transit, greenway networks, and new mobility in cities
Crissy Fanganello, Director of Transportation and Mobility, City and County of Denver Mobility hubs in the mile high city
Ryan Billings, Senior City Planner, City and County of Denver Colfax Ave. Bus Rapid Transit
Jeff Shoemaker, Executive Director, The Greenway Foundation Expansions to Denver’s greenway network and development opportunities provided
Ben Holland, Senior Associate, Rocky Mountain Institute First last mile connections, Door2Downtown, business models, and how cities can leverage new mobility to their advantage
4:30 pm – 5:45 pm: Micro Panel (case-study projects). Topics include: fixed route circulators, the 303 Artway and Urban Land Conservancy Projects, Development along Colfax; woonerfs, micro units
Jeff Holwell, Economic Development Director, City of Lone Tree Discussing the Lone Tree Link, fixed route circulator for businesses and retail in Lone Tree
Tony Pickett, Vice President – Master Site Development, Urban Land Conservancy Discussing Trail Oriented Development along the 303 Artway: Phase 1 Demonstrations, 6.4 acres at Colorado Station, and the 39th St. Greenway
Monica Martinez, Executive Director, The FAX Partnership Discussing Colfax BRT Investments, positive and negative externalities
David Jaudes, Vice President – Multifamily Development, McWhinney Discussing Ride at RiNo, McWhinney’s Micro Unit project
Bill Parkhill, Managing Member, Tributary Real Estate Development Discussing Giambrocco, ground zero land assemblage at 38th and Blake, streetscapes, and a woonerf
5:45 pm – 6 pm: Closing Remarks
6 pm – 7 pm: Networking Reception at The Alliance Center
– ULI Member | Non-member
Private Sector: 45 60
Public Sector: 40 55
Young Leader (under 35): 35 50
Student/Retired: 30 40
Thank you to our sponsors!
Thank you to our Community Partners!
Continuing Education Credits will be available from ASLA, AIA, APA, and DORA.