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State and Local Policy Program at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs Presents

Parking and Mode Shift in Minneapolis: ABC Ramps

8/6/18, 8:30 AM

About this event

For over 25 years, the ABC Ramps have supported multimodal transportation in downtown Minneapolis with services including parking, carpool discounts, bus connections, light rail and passenger rail, bicycle parking, showers for bicyclists, and electric vehicle charging stations.  Over the past year, the University of Minnesota, City of Minneapolis, Minnesota Department of Transportation, and SRF have conducted research and written an implementation plan looking at past, present, and future strategies to manage parking supply, promote transportation choices, reduce drive-alone trips, and encourage mode shift.

On August 6, 2018, study leaders invite you to a symposium presenting the results of this study.  We will hear from national and local experts who will share best practices and transportation examples that will help spark new thoughts and ideas.  Experts at the symposium include Michael Kodransky, from the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, and Jonathan Hopkins, from Commute Seattle. 

Panel I:  Transportation and Equity

Panel II:  Mobility Hubs Private and Public Partnerships 

For assistance with registration, please contact Laura Noble at slpp@umn.edu or (612) 626-0564.

Parking and Transit
Park in the 19th Avenue Ramp or 21st Avenue Ramp.  The LRT stop is West Bank Station.  For transit information, visit the Metro Transit website or call (612) 373-3333.

Event Location
  • The Humphrey Forum, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
  • 301 19th Avenue S.
  • Minneapolis MN
  • USA - United States
This event is presented by State and Local Policy Program at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs