The 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Summit Supporting Mobility Innovation, Mobility Matters 2022, will be held virtually on March 3.
Explore the topics of climate change, inclusive transportation, and public space design with and for people with disabilities. Experts will share examples of inclusive planning practices internationally, nationally, and in the Pacific Northwest. The keynote will be delivered by Áine Kelly-Costello, an International Journalist, Paralympic Athlete and activisit in disability justice. Learn more about the event and register (Early Bird rates are available until Feb 11).
Jennifer Dill, PSU Planning Professor and Director of TREC, will present with colleagues on "Case Studies on Accessibility and Inclusive Planning."
Learn more in this video from the event hosts:
ABOUT THE HOSTS
Mobility Matters is hosted by Portland State University's Orientation & Mobility (O&M) and Visually Impaired Learning (VIL), both progras are housed in the College of Education. This event is supported by many partners, including TREC, PSU's Digital City Testbed Center, American Printing House, and more.