Babble Book Club final discussion of Straphanger with Eric Doherty

Friday, April 12, 2013 - 18:00 to 19:00
Babble Book Lounge Various
Canada
CA

Babble Book Club will host Registered Professional Planner Eric Doherty for the final discussion of transit-oriented book Straphanger: Saving Our Cities and Ourselves from the Automobile.

Eric will join the conversation for one hour on our established babble thread to provide insight on the world of public transit and alternative transit and city planning.

Eric's professional experience and recreational interests and associations will provide a great foundation for this discussion because his knowledge of community and regional planning for non-profit, public and private sectors will provide great commentary and depth. Also, Eric has an intimate understanding of Straphangerbecause he was rabble.ca's book reviewer for this selection! Eric's combination of experience within the field and familiarity with Straphanger will allow a wonderfully guided conversation of the myriad aspects Straphanger's pages present on transit, community and urban and suburban living.

For additional information please check out the Bound but not Gagged blog post.

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