The Future of Sustainable Transportation – 11/29

You are invited!

The Future of Sustainable Transportation
in the City of Burlington

Reducing emissions and advancing a healthy, safe
and equitable transportation system

Thursday, November 29 from 5:30 – 7:30pm

Town Center Room at VEIC
128 Lakeside Avenue in Burlington
Limited space, please RSVP by November 26th!
Click here to learn more and RSVP to attend!

How can we advance a sustainable, healthy and equitable transportation system in the City of Burlington? Please join the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) and Burlington 2030 District for our fall networking event at VEIC in Burlington on Thursday, November 29th.

What’s next for Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, and New England over the coming five, ten and fifteen years? The urgency of more sustainable travel options is real and we will be hearing from several presenters on emerging topics, technologies, and policies that we can all help shape to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels and support stronger communities.

This event will include a networking reception with appetizers, cash bar, and a series of short, inspiring presentations by local transportation experts that share their perspective and vision for the future of transportation in the City of Burlington. A Q+A will follow the presentations. Speakers include Meagan Tuttle (Comprehensive Planner at City of Burlington Planning & Zoning), Bryan Davis (Senior Transportation Planner at the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commissions), and Jonathan Slason (Director of Future Mobility Planning at Resource Systems Group)
Free for VGBN and Burlington 2030 District members | $10 for non-members. 

Learn more and RSVP to attend!

BED is a proud member of the Burlington 2030 District, which supports our net zero energy city goal across electric, thermal and
ground transportation sectors.

Interested in sponsoring this exciting event?
Please contact VGBN for more information!

Other Upcoming Events

  • November 8, 2018: Old Spokes Home open house at their new community center for transportation equity | 331 N. Winooski Street in Burlington from 5:30 to 6:30pm
  • November 14: Energy Benchmarking – Save Time, Energy and Money | Hosted by BED and the Burlington 2030 District | Spark Space at BED in Burlington from 8:00 to 9:30am | For more details and to RSVP, please click here
  • November 14, 2018: Designing for Wood Heat | Hosted by AIA Vermont | For more details, please click here
  • November 15, 2018: How Does your Stormwater Grow? Examining Green Infrastructure in Europe | Hosted by VT ASLA | Begins at 6pm at The Gallery at Main Street Landing in Burlington | For more details, please click here
  • November 15, 2018: LEED Green Associate Training | University of Vermont in Burlington, VT from 6-10pm | For more details, please click here
  • November 26, 2018: Getting to net-zero energy – Developing a roadmap for Burlington | Hosted by Burlington Ready for 100% | Conversation with Darren Springer, General Manager at BED from 6:30-8:00pm at ONE Community Center in Burlington | For more details, please click here
Founded in 2002, the Vermont Green Building Network is a non-profit working with the building industry to achieve its vision of fostering green building in Vermont, thereby contributing to a thriving local economy, a healthy environment, and high quality of life in all communities.

VGBN is also pleased to be the non-profit sponsor organization of the Burlington 2030 District (BTV 2030). To learn more about BTV 2030, visit: