Join RIDE New Orleans on Tuesday, November 14th at BB's Stage Door Canteen in the World War II Museum for our 2023 State of Transit Breakfast Briefing!
7:30 am - 8:00 am: Welcome and Breakfast
8:00 am - 9:30 am: 2023 State of Transit Report and Panel Discussion
This year RIDE New Orleans is celebrating the 10th anniversary of our State of Transit report with a very special breakfast briefing event! Join us for breakfast next Tuesday, November 14th at BB’s Stage Door Canteen in the World War II Museum.
This robust conversation will be a comprehensive exploration of the past, present, and future of transit in our region! We're taking a deep dive into what we've gotten right, what we need to improve upon, and the solutions RIDE believes will get us there!
The 2023 State of Transit panel will feature RIDE founders, leaders, and supporters from the last decade. Panelists include;
Opening Remarks: Helena Moreno, Vice President, New Orleans City Council
Moderator: Stephanie Lotshaw, Executive Director, TransitCenter
Panelist: Rachel Heiligman, Senior Program Manager, Research & Development, Jim Joseph Foundation (former RIDE Executive Director)
Panelist: Courtney Jackson, Executive Director, RIDE New Orleans
Panelist: Fred Neal, Jr., Director of Planning, Villavaso and Associates (RIDE founder)
Panelist: Alex Posorske, Marketing and Communications Director, Transit Authority of River City (former RIDE Executive Director)
Panelist: Jeffrey Schwartz, Director of Economic Development, City of New Orleans (RIDE founder)
Panelist: Christof Spieler, PE, AICP, LEED AP, Vice President and Director of Planning at Huitt-Zollars
Parking and Entering the Building: Please enter through the Solomon Victory Theater entrance on Andrew Higgins. Parking is available in multiple paid parking lots around the Museum along with the parking tower located at 1024 Magazine Street. See map below for details. There is also metered street parking.
Arriving by Transit: The World War II Museum is accessible via several Regional Transit Authority (RTA) buses. Download the RTA Le Pass app to plan your trip on transit.
About the State of Transit Report: Since RIDE released our first report in 2014, our State of Transit briefing has become the go-to source for local transit policy, analysis, and data. It is considered to be the most thorough and transit-rider-centered analysis of public transportation in our region.
945 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
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