Meeting Announcement

Date: January 4, 2018

Time: 7 pm 

Where: Lost Creek Limited District Building, 1305 Quaker Ridge, Austin, TX 78746

Topics:   Tiny Transit, Susan Engelking, Tiny Transit Strategies,, 512.413.7750 and a discussion of Lost Creek's Wildfire Adapted Community Plan

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Tiny Transit

Tiny Transit™ is about creating a dedicated, protected network reserved for vehicles that are relatively small and lightweight, with a maximum speed of 25 mph. Low speed and lightweight make Tiny Transit™ safe, affordable and efficient. The infrastructure is affordable, too since it allows increased capacity on our existing roads. Tiny Transit™ lets people “flow” without stopping at intersections, and without the risk of death and serious injury that exists on our roads today. Tiny Transit™ is new—and proven: virtually every aspect of Tiny Transit™ has been demonstrated to work somewhere in the U.S. or the world. Google’s self-driving car and the GEM are naturals for Tiny Transit™. It is a flexible and adaptive solution that provides a choice within the overall transportation network.

For more information view a video.

Susan Engelking
Susan Engelking’s background is economic development. She has the distinction of having served as project manager or senior editor for each of the three long-range economic development plans for Austin from 1984 through 2000. She managed the public relations campaign that boosted Austin’s national reputation and rankings. She is president of Engelking Communications LLC, a marketing communications firm, since 1998. At present, Susan is conducting research for Dr. Cristal Glangchai’s forthcoming book on entrepreneurial learning as a way to unlock girls’ interest in STEAM. She holds a master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, and a degree in Education (English and history). Susan served three terms as president of the Austin Children’s Museum, now The Thinkery, and had a leadership role in its growth. She was named Austin Communicator of the Year by Austin Women.
 Wildfire Adapted Community
A wildfire adapted community is defined by the United States Forest Service as "a knowledgeable and engaged community in which the awareness and actions of residents regarding infrastructure, buildings, landscaping, and the surrounding ecosystem lessens the need for extensive protection actions and enables the community to safely accept wildfire as a part of the surrounding landscape." The National Wildfire Coordinating Group definition, which was developed approved by the Wildland Urban Interface Mitigation Committee, is "A human community consisting of informed and prepared citizens collaboratively planning and taking action to safely co­exist with wildland fire."
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