CMT brings together panel of experts on Transit and regional collaboration on Feb. 8

annualmeetinginviteimageElected officials, local stakeholders and community members continue to exhibit an unprecedented level of collaboration in addressing transit safety and security. And, if this type of collective effort can be extended to establish a vision for transit, there is potential for our region to experience significant gain. To aid in this endeavor, Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) is excited to host a panel discussion on Thursday, Feb. 8, titled,Further Unifying a Region for Growth through Transit.” 

The event will be held at in the lower level auditorium inside the BJC Learning Center, located at 8300 Eager Road, St. Louis, MO 63144, and will follow a day of intensive meetings with a diverse group of constituents to help build a foundation of support for transit. Registration and networking will begin at 4:30 p.m., with drinks and hors d’oeuvres included. The discussion will begin at 5:15 p.m.

 Panel includes:

  • Bethany Johnson-Javois, CEO St. Louis Integrated Health Network and Former Managing Director, Ferguson Commission
  • Rudy Nickens, Director of Equal Opportunity and Diversity for the Missouri Department of Transportation
  •  Jim Wild, Executive Director of East-West Gateway Council of Governments
  • Dan Meyers, Lead Consultant for the Northside/Southside MetroLink Study

This event is compliments of CMT. Registration is required and can be completed by clicking here.