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Public Space Experts to Discuss Future of NYC


highline=13548983_lNew York City’s public spaces have undergone a radical transformation over the last decade as streets, squares, parks, and sidewalks have been made more accessible for pedestrians and bicyclists.

The question of how to sustain that transformation will be the subject of Public Spaces, Public Good: Building the Livable City, a panel discussion sponsored by Fordham’s Urban Studies program.

The event, part of the Urban Dialogue Lecture Series, will be held on Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m. at the Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, N.Y.

Panelists include Hugh Hardy, founding partner, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture; Janette Sadik-Khan, commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation; and Michael Sorkin, director of the Graduate Program in Urban Design at the City College of New York. Kenneth T. Jackson, Ph.D., the Jacques Barzun Professor of History and Social Sciences at Columbia University, will moderate.

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