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San Francisco, 94105-4015
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Past Events

February 2020

Level 1 Storytelling Workshop: How to Use Storytelling in Transportation Planning

February 9, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
SPUR, 654 Mission Street
San Francisco, 94105-4015
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Cost: $10
CM Credits: 1.5

Transportation agencies worldwide are using storytelling as a tool for transportation planning. In this intense and accelerated workshop, you will learn how to be an effective storyteller using the SAMS framework (Story, Audience, Message and Style), and test your knowledge by analyzing a few short transportation-focused videos. You will be surprised at how easy it is to become a storyteller and use the method in your verbal and written communication to galvanize communities and government leaders around any transportation project.

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Level 2 Storytelling Workshop: Make a Bad Video Better on SFCTA’s Roll-Out of Congestion Pricing

February 9, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
SPUR, 654 Mission Street
San Francisco, 94105-4015
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Cost: $15
CM Credits: 1.5

When you’re stuck in traffic trying to get on the Bay Bridge, do you ever wonder, ‘Can’t something be done about all this congestion?’” Lucky you asked! Come to our storytelling workshop to learn about the congestion pricing policy the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is considering and how the agency plans to engage the public through the use of video. You’ll get a chance to assist the SFCTA make a “bad” rough cut video on congestion pricing better.

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March 2021

A Bold New Future for Autonomous Vehicles

March 24 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
SPUR, 654 Mission Street
San Francisco, 94105-4015
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Cost: $10
Member Cost: $Free
CM Credits: 1

For years we’d been told that we were on the cusp of a transportation revolution, and that the rollout and widespread adoption of autonomous vehicles, just on the horizon, would redefine mobility in our cities and beyond. As time passed, however, technological constraints proved to be challenging hurdles to surmount. But companies have been making significant inroads and, as of this moment, six have received approval from the California DMV to test driverless vehicles on city streets. Is the driverless

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