How does transportation shape our lives and environments? How has it impacted Hartford's development? How will you navigate the city in the future? Join in the conversation about these important questions on Monday, September 10th at Connecticut's Old State House for the second installation of the Barstools to Ballots series.
Christine Stuart from CT News Junkie will moderate an animated panel discussion on the past, present, and future of transportation. Panelist Thomas Maziarz, DOT Bureau Chief of Policy and Planning will speak on behalf of the Department of Transportation and will discuss his agency's priorities and projects and how they will impact those who live and work in Hartford. Christopher Brown of BikeWalkCT will also be a part of the panel discussion, with support from members Tony Cherolis and Luis Rivera.
The Old State House doors will open at 5:30 for networking and appetizers by Salute Restaurant. The program starts at 6:00 pm. A cash bar will be available including beer and wine. Parking is a available, and tickets from Constitution Plaza Garage will be validated for $5 parking the night of the event. Funding for this program provided by the Greater Hartford Arts Council.
Monday, September 10
Opens at 5:30 pm
Programs starts at 6:00 pm
Connecticut's Old State House
800 Main Street
REGISTER HERE (Fee: $8 pre-registered members; $10 pre-registered non members; $12 for all walk-ins)
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