John Rahaim, the Director of urban planning for the City of San Francisco, will give a free lecture sponsored by the McGill University School of Architecture lecture series.
What can we learn from the San Francisco experience? How can we apply these learnings in the context of Montreal initiatives such as “Green Areas”, the “Neighborhoods green, healthy and active” project and various proposals for Rethinking Urban Transportation in Montreal?
The lecture is FREE, in English with simultaneous French translation.
October 5th from 18 to 20h at the McGill’s Macdonald Harrington Building, Room G10, 815 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal. METRO: McGill.
More about John Rahaim: architect, planner and urban designer. Director of Planning, City of San Francisco. Oversees the long-term planning, human development and environmental studies for most physical development of the city.