There were more than 1,200 walk participants in the 2015 Walk Tacoma series, averaging 143 people per walk.

Friday Forums

Friday Forums bring together local leaders, experts, and the community to talk about transportation issues facing Tacoma and our region.

Let’s talk about what’s next for Tacoma!

All forums are free, held from noon to one, and are at Court House Square (1102 A St, Tacoma, WA 98402) in The Gallery next to Lift Bridge Coffee.

2017 Forum Topics:

  • Jan 27
    2017 Transportation Forecast: What’s Next for Tacoma?: Join us for a conversation with transit, advocacy, political, and economic experts and learn about local, statewide, and regional policies and changes that will shape Tacoma’s transportation future.
  • Feb 24
    Access & Affordability – Creating Transportation Equity in Tacoma:Equity & Transportation: Access to effective and affordable transportation is one of the strongest factors in escaping poverty. How are transportation and equity connected here in Tacoma and how can the community support a more just future for all?
  • March 31
    Book Club: Tactical Urbanism: Learn about how short-term, community-based projects have become a powerful and adaptable new tool of urban activists, planners, and policy-makers seeking to drive lasting improvements in their cities and beyond from author Mike Lydon.
  • April 28
    Creating a Healthy Community Through Walking: Walkability impacts environmental health, economic health, and one’s individual health both mentally and physically. The Surgeon General has announced a call to action to promote walking and walkable communities – learn how we are working locally to step it up

2016 Forum Topics:

2015 Forum Topics:

2014 Forums Topics:

  • Getting Everyone on the Same Street
  • Book Club Discussion with the author: “Bikenomics” by Elly Blue
  • From Park(ing) Day to Parklets
  • Transportation is a Life Determinant with Ron Sims

2013 Forums Topics:

  • What’s Next For Transit? The 2013 Legislative Session
  • Book Club Discussion: “Walkable City” by Jeff Speck
  • Transit Oriented Development: What Works for Tacoma

2012 Forum:

  • Public Health and Transportation

2011 Forum:

  • Tacoma Streetcar discussion

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