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Podcast Of Transportation Public Forum

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Credit Roger Crawford
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Rev. Charles Robinson introducing the panel on transportation.

'Transportation's Uncomfortable Choices' was the topic for Thursday night's public panel discuss and forum, hosted by the Project for a Deeper Understanding. Moderated by former Summit County Commissioner and KPCW Board President Bob Richer lead the panel into a discussion of options and plans involving transportation into and around Summit County.

Panelists included:

  • Kim Carson, Summit County Council Member
  • Kent Cashel, for Transit Planner for Park City Municipal
  • Leslie Crawford, Summit County Engineer
  • Andy Beerman, Park City Council Member
  • Shawn Seager, Director, Metropolitan Planning Organization/Mountainlands Association of Governments
  • Alison Butz, Director, Historic Park City Business Alliance

Hour 1

Hour 2

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PROJECT FOR A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING Transportation Panel hour 2

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