Join your neighbors for a fun and thought-provoking evening of conversation about what we can do to make our transportation system work better for everyone, whether you drive, take transit, walk, roll, or ride a bike. Connect with neighbors, community leaders and transportation experts and learn about projects that could be part of a potential 2020 regional transportation funding measure.
Adam Davis, Director of Oregon Humanities and host of the popular “Think and Drink” public affairs series, will moderate a panel that includes
- Pam Treece, Washington County Commissioner, executive director of the Westside Economic Alliance, and co-chair of Metro’s Transportation Funding Task Force
- Sushmita Poddar, Hillsboro business owner
- Maria Caballero-Rubio, executive director, Centro Cultural
Light refreshments will be served. Complimentary beverages courtesy of Golden Valley Brewing.
Sponsored by PGE and the Westside Economic Alliance
Spanish interpretation will be available at this event. To request interpretation in another language, please call (503) 797-1980 by October 15.