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Fourth of an eight-part series of panel discussions, held October 6-November 15, 2022 and presented by Portland State University's College of Urban and Public Affairs, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the City of Portland's 1972 Downtown Plan.
Gabriel Graff, Central City Capital Program Manager, Portland Bureau of Transportation
André Lightsey-Walker, Policy Transformation Manager, The Street Trust
Mark Raggett, Associate Principal, GBD Architects and Director of Planning and Design, Friends of Green Loop
Cathy Tuttle, Board Member, BikeLoud PDX
Moderated by Jennifer Dill, Professor, Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning and Director of PSU’s Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC)
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Higher Education | Urban Studies and Planning
Graff, Gabriel; Lightsey-Walker, André; Raggett, Mark; and Tuttle, Cathy, "The Future of Transportation in Downtown Portland: Inspirations from the 1972 Downtown Plan" (2022). The Downtown Plan and PSU as an Urban University. 4.