Nate Currey, Senior Manager of Public Relations, Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD), 303-299-2469 direct, 720-595-4804 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Denver has an extraordinary story to tell about how transit investments and cross-sector collaboration have changed the economic trajectory of the region. The Denver community found the right mix of investments that lead to truly livable places – places that take care to ensure affordability and access to jobs, good homes and healthy lifestyles. The Denver region’s integrated approach is exactly what other cities and regions are hoping to learn about at Rail~Volution.” — Dan Bartholomay, CEO, Rail~Volution
Rail~volution Denver | September 17-20, 2017 | Sheraton Denver Downtown
This September 17-20, leaders, planners, and advocates are coming to Denver for Rail~volution to see all the region has accomplished. Rail~Volution is the nation’s pre-eminent conference on building livable communities through transit and related, multimodal investments. Each year the conference combines focus on a particular city or region with national and international experts and practitioners. The conference emphasizes real-world examples, innovative solutions and the need for cross-sector partnerships to make things happen.
This is a very exciting time to attend a conference focused on creating vibrant communities. Mobility is changing, but transit is still the backbone for creating places that thrive because of multiple options for getting around.
Denver has a great story to showcase. The downtown renaissance and the region’s status as a magnet for millennials is the result of a lot of important decisions and innovative partnerships. It’s an example of cities and regions taking the initiative for their future.
Come to Rail~Volution to share what you know about Denver’s transformation and learn things you didn’t know. Come to Rail~Volution to meet leaders, experts, and innovators from across the nation and the world. Learn new approaches, meet new people, prepare for the next evolution at the intersection of mobility and community.