You’re invited: Community Discussion on Albuquerque’s Proposed Bus Rapid Transit System

What: The City of Albuquerque is applying for $80 million in federal funds to build a new "Bus Rapid Transit" system along Central. Is this a good idea or a bad one?

Two people who both care and are knowledgeable about the proposed project are going to discuss the issue — with the discussion and a public question-and-answer period moderated by yet another community leader and regular transportation writer from the state’s largest newspaper.

There is no charge for this public event!

When: Thursday, September 3, 6:00 – 7:30pm

Where: Room 2401 at UNM Law School 1117 Stanford Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

Who:


Paul Silverman
Principal at Geltmore, LLC
A commercial property
management business

 

Paul Gessing
President of the Rio Grande Foundation
A free market, state-based think tank
headquartered in Albuquerque

 

Moderated by:


D'Val Westphal
Member of Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board, writes a
regular "Road Warrior" column

 

Click here for event registration form – it's free!

Thanks for your interest and support.

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