ULI/SA LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON: The Future of Mobility with Jeff Tumlin
Join ULI San Antonio on November 13 at Pearl Stable for the next Leadership Luncheon about The Future of Mobility.
The way people move around the city is primed for dramatic change. Already, shared ride services and dockless bikes and scooters have changed traditional mobility patterns. Technological innovations in the form of electrification, connectivity, and driverless vehicles are also on the horizon. The resulting new mobility ecosystem will have wide-reaching impacts that span a host of industries and players. While change is imminent, new opportunities will continue to emerge and expand.
What will the future of urban mobility look like and how does San Antonio get there? What roles will the public and private sectors have to play to pave the way? What are the implications for new and existing developments? Don’t miss the opportunity to learn more about this timely topic.
Jeff Tumlin is an expert in helping communities move from discord to agreement about the future of transit. For more than twenty years, Jeff has led award-winning transportation plans in cities from Seattle and Vancouver to Moscow and Abu Dhabi. He helps balance all modes of transportation in complex places to achieve a community’s wider goals and best utilize their limited resources. He has developed transformative plans throughout the world that accommodate millions of square feet of growth with no net increase in motor vehicle traffic.
Jeff is renowned for helping people define what they value and building consensus on complex and controversial projects. He provides residents and stakeholders the tools they need to evaluate their transportation investments in the context of achieving their long-term goals. He understands that managing parking and transportation demand is a critical tool for revitalizing city centers and creating sustainable places.
A dynamic and frequent guest speaker, Jeff is the author of Sustainable Transportation Planning: Tools for Creating Healthy, Vibrant and Resilient Communities
Jeffrey C. Arndt is the President and Chief Executive Officer of VIA Metropolitan Transit. VIA provides transportation services to the fast-growing city of San Antonio, identified as the 7th largest city in the United States. Arndt’s expertise encompasses transit service and capital facility development, training and safety, financial management and planning, labor relations, special event transit/traffic management, and transit operations. He is continuously working to bring innovations to VIA that will improve the livability and sustainability of the region through development of attractive mobility choices.
Marisa Bono is the Chief of Policy for San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg. In that role she advises the Mayor and oversees the implementation of his policy agenda, including priorities related to transportation, housing, and education and workforce development. She currently serves as the Mayor’s liaison to ConnectSA, a nonprofit created to ensure transportation and transit challenges are addressed in San Antonio. Ms. Bono is a licensed attorney. She is a legal and policy expert on education issues and school finance in Texas, and has advised and presented to state lawmakers through committee testimony and direct advocacy. She has a law degree and master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan.
As Bexar County Commissioner for Precinct 3, Wolff has been a leader in economic development of San Antonio and the surrounding community, which includes suburban cities and unincorporated areas of
Bexar County. He serves as Chair of the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), which is responsible for the allocation of over 500 million dollars annually on transportation initiatives. While serving on MPO, Wolff advocates for transportation projects important to the growth of San Antonio, Bexar County, and surrounding cities and counties. He successfully fought to keep the US 281 expansion project in the regional transportation plan and to keep both US 281 and I-10 non-tolled.
Michael Lynd is the President of Kairoi Residential, a premier, vertically integrated, multifamily investment, development and property management company headquartered in San Antonio with offices in Austin and Denver. Since 2003, the partnership has transacted on $4.3 billion across 50,000 multifamily units. In 2017, Lynd Development Partners and Lynd Residential Properties came together to bring property management in-house and form Kairoi Residential. In 2010, Michael co-founded BC LYND Hospitality which renovated and revitalized the historic St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio.
Michael is currently Chairman of the Board for Alamo Regional Mobility Authority, as appointed by the Governor. In connection with his role as Chairman, Michael serves on the Alamo Area MPO Transportation Policy Board and in the San Antonio Mobility Coalition.
BONUS OPPORTUNITY –
EXPERIENCE AN AUTOMATED VEHICLE
After the luncheon presentation, join us outside the Stable to look at Autonomous Vehicle Technology on display by San Antonio’s own Southwest Research Institute. Chat with researchers about innovation that is transforming transportation, practical applications for AV technology, and the challenges and opportunities for deploying driverless vehicles.
Private – $70
Public/Nonprofit — $60
Under 35 – $50
Student – $40
Private – $95
Public/Nonprofit — $85
Under 35 – $75
Student – $65
A limited number of Sponsor Tables are available.
Table of 10 – Member $800 / Non-Member $1,000
Table of 8 – Member $650 / Non-Member $800
Table of 4 – Member $325 / Non-Member $400
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