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Denver South is excited to host the first Suburban Mobility Summit & Expo for both local jurisdictions and stakeholders to maximize their built environment, invest in sustainable transportation alternatives and support commuter behavior change through effective TDM strategies. Downtown areas are vital to regional economies as anchor activity centers. However, less than a quarter of Americans live in or directly adjacent to urban cores. Join us for a robust lineup of experts as we delve into discussions around suburban growth/placemaking, TDM strategies, and future-forward solutions.

register: TICKETS $50


8:00 – 8:45 Registration, Continental Breakfast, Networking, & Expo
8:45 – 10:00 Welcome and Keynote Address with Brent Toderian
10:15 – 11:30 Denver South Region Showcase Rapid Fire
• Session to showcase regional mobility solutions with public/private partners
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch, Networking and Expo
12:30 – 1:30 Micromobility with Horace Dediu
1:30 – 2:30  Developer Panel
• Facilitated discussion with 4-5 local developers around current projects, future vision, and best practices to support multi-modal and mixed-use developments
2:30 – 3:00 Networking and Expo


Brent Toderian

Respected practitioner and thought-leader on cities and city-building, with over 30 years of experience as Chief Planner for Vancouver, BC, Canada in advanced urbanism, city planning, urban design, transportation and change management. Toderian highlights the economic benefits of sustainable urban design and transportation planning.

Horace Dediu

A tech analyst who coined the term “micro-mobility.” 80% of urban trips are less than two miles long. So why do so many of us make them in big, inefficient, and expensive vehicles? Dediu will share with stakeholders the benefits of micro mobility and how investments in these programs can support economic growth and prosperity within central business districts.

Denver South Regional Showcase Rapid Fire Panel

Local, regional, and state subject matter experts discuss several innovative projects and programs throughout the corridor. Topics include:

  • Micromobility (SPIN in Meridian)​
  • Microtransit (Lone Tree Link on Demand)​
  • Mobility Hubs (Lone Tree Mobility Hub)​
  • Retrofitting through Mobility Planning (Greenwood Entertainment District) ​
  • North/South Bicycle Corridors (Inverness Drive West)


Stephanie Alanis

Stephanie Alanis

CDOT Region 1 South Program Engineer, Professional Engineer III

Colorado Department of Transportation

Derek Holcomb

Derek Holcomb

Director, Community Development

City of Greenwood Village

Ken Lykens

Ken Lykens

Vice President, General Manger of Special Districts

Shea Properties

Dain Raine

Dan Raine, AICP LCI

Mobility Manager

City of Lone Tree

Cathy Valencia

Cathy Valencia, PE, PMP, CFM

Capital Improvement Project Manager

Arapahoe County Public Works & Development

South I-25 Developer Panel

Expert land development practitioners will highlight the current regional landscape, emerging trends, and projects in the works.


Katie Kruger

Panel Facilitator: Katie Kruger


Colorado Commercial Real Estate

Peter Culshaw

Peter Culshaw

Executive Vice President

Shea Properties

Buz Koelbel

Buz Koelbel


Koelbel and Company

Keith Simon

Keith Simon

Executive Vice President and Director of Development

Coventry Development Corporation

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