“Fifth Wall: Transit Tales” Shares Perspectives on Transit
Bricolage’s Fifth Wall series seeks to break down the barriers between scripted storytelling and current events in the world at large.
The 2014 Fifth Wall Series continues, as part of the Transit Tales project, with a panel discussion on public transit in Allegheny County. Specifically, how (or if) public input should be included in planning for public transit. Panelists include:
Lucy Spruill – Committee for Accessible Transportation
Bonnie Young-Laing – Hill District Consensus Group
Ben Samson – Architectural Designer
Tom Conroy – Amalgamated Transit Union
Grant Ervin – City of Pittsburgh
Moderated by Chris Potter – Pittsburgh City Paper
Fifth Wall: Transit Tales
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Blakey Program Center Multipurpose Room*
(1908 Wylie Avenue, 2nd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15219)
This event is FREE and open to the public. RSVP on Facebook.
*Please note the new venue. It’s just around the corner from the prior space. (See this map for walking directions.) The accessible entrance is in the back, off of Green Street.
Transit Tales, a collaboration between GoBurgh, Bricolage, and Pittsburghers for Public Transit is a multimedia program of community engagement, experience documentation, and creative storytelling that aims to raise public awareness and positive perception of public transit while attracting involvement from a diversity of audiences that may not engage in traditional conversations.