The Museum of the City of New York is offering discounted $5 admission for readers of this blog to the following event, taking place on Thursday, February 28th at 6:30pm:

Spotlight on Design: Innovation in New York’s Streets
It’s in a taxi, it’s on the streets, it’s in your neighborhood, but how does urban design impact your life? Meet some of the players who shape the city—and your experiences—during this lively conversation exploring the intersection of design, innovation, sustainability, and accessibility in New York’s public realm.

Deborah Marton, Executive Director of the Design Trust for Public Space, will lead a discussion with panelists Andrew Salkin, First Deputy Commissioner, NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission; Davin Stowell, CEO and founder of Smart Design; Susan Chin, FAIA, Assistant Commissioner, Capital Projects, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs; Mary Ceruti, Executive Director, Long Island City Sculpture Center; and Ryan Russo, Director of the Bike and Pedestrian Planning Unit of NYC Department of Transportation. Co-sponsored by the Design Trust for Public Space.

To register, call (212) 534-1672, ext. 3395 and mention the Campaign for Community-Based Planning.

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