WBEZ Morning Shift on June 26 included CMAP's Elizabeth Irvin, discussing how commuters' attitudes and behaviors are changing. The segment, which also featured former Chicago and Washington, DC, transportation head Gabe Klein, explored how transportation technologies might reshape the region and its economy by 2050.
As June ends, you can still take a web survey about Innovative Transportation, the ON TO 2050 Alternative Future for the past month. (You can still complete the other past futures' surveys, too, with Transformed Economy and Constrained Resources yet to come in July and August, respectively.)
And read a recap of last week's "Harnessing Technology for Future Mobility" forum, and watch the forum on CAN-TV. Then register for the final two forums today: "The Future of Economic Opportunity" on July 19 in Homewood and "Doing More with Less in 2050" on August 15 in Libertyville.