How Can South Florida's Cities Thrive After Covid-19?

Hear from leading global urbanist Richard Florida on the keys to South Florida's recovery.. The current health crisis is a turning point in the trajectory of cities around the globe: some will seize the new opportunities that are presented, while other cities will slide backward. How do we ensure that our South Florida cities move forward in a post-COVID world? Watch this recorded lecture as well as Q&A with Dr. John L. Renne, AICP, from the ULI webinar on August 4, 2020.    Zoom Link | Password: *1e9*Svd


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Facilitating Historic Preservation through Transit-Oriented Development

Dr. John Renne and Dr. David Listokin present the newly published  Guide to Facilitate Historic Preservation through Transit-Oriented Development.  Mr. James Amdal and developers Mr. Marcel Wisznia, AIA and Mr. Pres Kabacoff, JD present on lessons from efforts in New Orleans to preserve and revitalize historic buildings and neighborhoods while expanding the streetcar.

This webinar qualifies for 2 hours of AICP CM credit

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Co-sponsored by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, the Treasure Coast Section of the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association, the Transit Oriented Development Institute and the Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions at Florida Atlantic University.


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Internal Capture in Mixed-use Developments (MXDs) & Mode Shares in Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs)

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Professor Reid Ewing of the University of Utah discusses his research findings examining mixed-use developments in 13 regions across the United States and mode shares and vehicle trip and parking reductions in five exemplary transit-oriented developments: Rhode Island Row in Washington, D.C., Englewood TOD in Denver, Fruitvale Village in Oakland, Redmond TOD in Seattle, and Wilshire-Vermont in Los Angeles.


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Methods to Better Account for Land Use in Planning Multimodal Transportation Systems and Sustainable Communities

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This webinar provides an introduction to and overview of key databases, tools and methods to support multimodal transportation planning and sustainable community design. EPA and Renaissance share work they have done together in developing the Smart Location Database (SLD), from which EPA has developed various applications to support sustainable land use planning and facility siting. Renaissance then discuss various ways in which they are using the SLD and related accessibility-based methods in state and regional planning and project