Routes Ahead of Us: A Conversation with Dan Rosengard on School Transportation

Event

Location

Central Library in Copley Square – Newsfeed Café

Date

Apr 16, 2024

Time

6:00 EDT

Cost

Free

New date
This event has been rescheduled from its originally planned date.

About this event

In our Spring 2024 conversation series Routes Ahead of Us, we take the themes of our current exhibition Getting Around Town: Mapping Four Centuries of Boston in Transit and connect the history of Boston’s transit system with questions about how to build a better, more equitable urban mobility system in the future.

These informal presentations feature discussions with transit and mobility experts, drinks and refreshments at the Boston Public Library’s Newsfeed Café, and tours of Getting Around Town following the conclusion of the program.

About the speakers

Daniel Rosengard is the Executive Director of Transportation for Boston Public Schools. In this role, he is focused on ensuring the delivery of safe, reliable, on-time, and cost-effective yellow bus transportation to and from school for over 22,000 Boston students on a daily basis. Dan and the BPS Transportation team deeply believe that reliable transportation is critical to providing students with equitable access to education. They are committed to continuing their efforts to improve bus on-time performance and provide the highest level of service to Boston students, families, and schools. Prior to joining BPS Transportation, Dan received his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Registration

Registration for this free event is required. Walk-ins from the public will be allowed if space is available, but only registered guests will receive complimentary tickets for refreshments.


Program supporters

Getting Around Town exhibition programming is supported by the Barr Foundation.

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