Can Rail Save Connecticut’s Cities?

This issue will be discussed on Friday at the UConn School of Law from noon until 2:15. Panelists include Professor Sara Bronin, Norman Garrick, and Albert Martin. The event is free, but requires registration as lunch is included. To register, call Linda Kirk at 860.570.5241 or email her at gallivan_conference_2009@law.uconn.edu .

UConn describes the event:

The 16th Gallivan Conference will focus on the subject of rail travel in the State of Connecticut. After introductory remarks by the dean, a distinguished panel will discuss the legal framework within which rail is regulated, as well as relevant planning, policy, and economic issues. This conference should be of interest to attorneys, architects, engineers, developers, planners, government officials, and anyone interested in livable cities.

My question is whether or not Connecticut’s cities need saving.

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