The Aspen Institute is hosting its first community forum on transportation and mobility.
This new series will take place over the next several months. Its mission is to present innovative ideas and solutions for the challenging obstacles residents face in the community.
The speaker who will kick it off is nationally-known transportation planning expert Jim Charlier. He will discuss his findings from work he’s done in the valley and show how that information could help decrease congestion in and out of town.
The discussion will be held at the Wheeler Opera House Dec. 13.