This post will be on top of the blog until 27 March. New material appears beneath it.
Sorry for the short notice, but I'm pleased to announce that on Thursday, 27 March, a week from tonight, I'll be giving a talk and public discussion called "Abundant Access: Public Transport as an Instrument of Freedom." If you saw the video of my recent Toronto talk of the same name, it's still worth coming, since I say very different things in each city I visit.
The event is sponsored by Melbourne's Metropolitan Transport Forum (MTF), an organization of local governments, and will take place at the Drill Hall, 26 Thierry Street near Queen Victoria Markets. Come at 5:45 PM for a 6:00 PM start.
(And don't forget: For a real intensive in creative transit planning and policy, there are still openings for my Interactive Course in Transit Network Design, in Melbourne the 27-28 March and in Brisbane 31 March - April 1. Details here.)
Thanks to everyone at MTF for putting this together. Hope to see you next Thursday.