Roads, Rails and Urban Change

I am a bit tardy on this, but people tell me I look fabulous.

Twin Cities Public Television will air on its Minnesota Channel:

Roads, Rails and Urban Change

Journey through the history of transportation and examine the key transportation topics facing Minnesota planners and policy makers in the near future. Co-produced with the University of Minnesota Metro Consortium.

According to the program guide it will appear:

Sunday 10/19 6 pm,

Sunday 11/9 at 9 pm

Comcast St. Paul Channel 243

Comcast Minneapolis Channel 202

Mediacom Channel 102

Over the Air Digital, Channel 17-2.

I am sure it will be repeated long through history, and eventually will find its way to the Internet, but in the interim, set your Tivos if you are a Minnesota local.

David Levinson

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