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Enhanced Transit and Mobility: Connectivity and Access

July 20, 2015 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Price: Free and open to the public.
Where: MIT Media Lab, Building E 14, 3rd Floor, 75 Amherst Street, Cambridge, MA

Enhanced Transit and Mobility: Connectivity and Access

The fourth event in the ‘Boston Futures: 2024 and Beyond’ series will take place on Monday, July 20, at the MIT Media Lab. Hosted by the MIT School of Architecture and Planning, the discussion will address the city’s transportation future, upgrades to the Green and Red Lines, and conversations about transportation alternatives. Panelists will also discuss how Boston 2024’s efforts can continue the city’s path towards identifying and implementing new transport solutions for the future.


Eva Kassens-Noor
Michigan State University


Shelia Kennedy FAIA
MIT Department of Architecture

Wendy Landman

Kent Larson
MIT Media Lab

Carlo Ratti
MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning

Stacy Thompson
Livable Streets

Boston Futures: 2024 and Beyond

Boston Futures is a community discussion series about the future of Boston and how Boston’s Olympic and Paralympic bid might help us achieve a shared vision for that future. Free and open to the public, these conversations will explore how hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2024 could help catalyze progress on key initiatives and ideas that will define Boston in the year 2030, the city’s 400th anniversary, and beyond. Intended to engage designers, planners, innovators, and more, this series provides attendees the opportunity to ask questions, gain additional insight from experts who have faced similar challenges, and consider the possibilities for Boston's future. 

Planned topics for discussion include mobility, housing, open space, sustainability, health, and innovation.

Boston Futures is co-organized by the following participating hosts: Boston 2024, Boston Society of Architects/AIA and the BSA Foundation, Boston Society of Landscape Architects, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Northeastern University School of Architecture, ULI Boston, and The Venture Café.

To learn more, visit the Boston Futures: 2024 and Beyond series page.