Events at the Rudin Center
The Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management brings leaders from government, industry and civic groups to discuss key challenges in transportation policy and infrastructure. These events, which include conferences, workshops, and a breakfast speaker series, attract researchers, practitioners, and graduate students from the New York Metropolitan Region.
In the spring of 2012, the Rudin Center is exploring topics such as: City Council's transportation initiatives, the taxi of tomorrow, and the role of information technology in mobility. Please see the right side of the page for our upcoming events section, listing more information on each of these informative talks.
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NYC City Planning Chair Amanda Burden, NYC Transportation Commissioner Jannette Sadik-Kahn, and Mary Ann Tighe at 2011 Rudin Center Breakfast.
Camille Kanga of the University Transportation Research Center at City College talks with Congressman Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania at the May 14, 2012 luncheon.