As our community plans for the future, join us to look back on the history of transportation on the Eastside. Indigenous land use, the Industrial Revolution, housing/development trends, civil rights, and the persistence of structural racism have all been part of the historical context that has shaped our transportation infrastructure. We will explore the "intersectionality" of transportation and what that means for walking, biking, and use of public transit.
- Knute Berger, Editor, Journalist, and Writer at Crosscut
- Warren KingGeorge, Oral Historian for the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
- Lorraine McConaghy, Historian for the Museum of History and Industry