Jun 17: Panel discussion on oil train risk

Danger on the tracks: The risk of crude oil trains in Pittsburgh

Please join PublicSource for a panel discussion about the public concerns and safety plans for crude oil trains going through Pittsburgh.  There will be a Q&A session at the end of the discussion, and refreshments will be served.

Ray DeMichiei - Pittsburgh’s Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, deputy director
Evan Endres - PennFuture Energy Center, project manager
Randy Sargent - Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab, senior systems scientist
Natasha Khan - PublicSource, environmental reporter
Sharon Walsh - PublicSource editor, panel moderator

In the meantime, you might like to check out these articles from the FracTracker Alliance:
     Increasing Risk from Exploding Crude Trains
     Oil Trains Passing Through Pittsburgh

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in Porter Hall Room 100 at CMU (accessible from Frew Street).  
$10, $5 for students, free for PublicSource members.  Register online here.  
Metered parking is available along Frew Street and Schenley Drive.  Here is an interactive map of the Carnegie Mellon University Campus: http://www.cmu.edu/about/visit/campus-map-interactive.  There will also be signs and people in the lobby of Porter Hall directing you to Room 100.

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