Blueprint for Regional Mobility with Joe McAndrew, Transportation Policy Director of Greater Washington Partnership
Where: Kisling's Tavern, Second Floor at 2100 Fleet Street When: Thursday, November 1, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
YPT Baltimore is hosting Joe McAndrew, Transportation Policy Director of the Greater Washington Partnership!
YPT Baltimore is hosting this event as an opportunity for our members to learn about a growing voice in our region and to dialog with the staff of the Greater Washington Partnership. Come prepared to learn, ask questions, share ideas, and network.
Food and drink will be provided.
Members attend free, non-members pay $5.00 for Quarterlies.
About Joe McAndrew
Joe McAndrew is the Greater Washington Partnership’s Director of Transportation Policy where he develops, directs and drives all activity relating to the Partnership’s efforts to achieve a regional 21st century transportation ecosystem. Prior to his role at the Partnership, Joe was Policy Director at Transportation for America before serving as a Legislative Assistant in the U.S. Senate. He graduated in 2008 from Luther College with a Bachelor’s in Management and in 2013 from the University of Oregon with a Master’s in Community and Regional Planning.
About the Greater Washington Partnership and the Blueprint for Regional Mobility
The Greater Washington Partnership was founded in 2017 and brings together civic-minded business leaders who share a commitment to the future of the super region which includes the areas around Richmond, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Maryland. These leaders recognize that they have a responsibility to their companies, employees, and communities to invest in solutions that drive growth and create economic opportunity. The Partnership has four initiatives to unify the region and advance growth: regional mobility, skills and talent, global identity and reach, and innovation.
Under its Regional Mobility Initiative, the Partnership seeks to advance transportation solutions that strengthen regional mobility and improve quality of life. To acheive this goal, a regional, employer-led blueprint for regional mobility will be launched and focuses on four priorities:
- Connect the super-region with fast and reliable transportation options.
- Improve the consumer experience with a modern and well-coordinated network of transportation options.
- Ensure equitable access through affordable and diverse transportation options.
- Integrate innovation by encouraging and adopting mobility innovations across the region.
More info and recent reports are available here.