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Presented in partnership with The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. This three-part course will introduce you to Scenario Planning, a fully-featured planning process that will allow you to create dynamically responsive plans that can react to unexpected changes.
CM I 1.50
Nonmember Price: $60.00
Member Price: $30.00
In June, in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott, a divided Supreme Court overturned part of a longstanding precedent that generally required plaintiffs alleging unconstitutional takings to first try and fail to obtain compensation under state law before pursuing a federal takings claim.
Planning Home aims to reshape the narrative and focus on the innovative approaches addressing the national housing crisis. Affordability isn’t the only issue Latino neighborhoods face. There are other issues such as displacement, access to resources, c
Add 3D to your planning toolkit with ease using today's 3D GIS technology. This course explores the application of 3D for data visualization, long-range planning, evaluating development proposals, and winning support for catalytic projects with realistic development concepts.
Learn how the revolution in variable-priced parking that started in San Francisco has spread across America, positioning cities for a future of curb management for more than just cars.
Get valuable tools to sharpen your skills while pursuing your dream job. Learn how to take charge of your career path and move forward to the next level as a professional.
Lack of information in Spanish and cultural divides often keep Latinos away from the public planning process. Whether it be challenging schedules, fear of the system, or cultural and linguistic divides, engagement with Latino communities is very weak or
This course explores timely research about bicycle lanes and gentrification; immigrant travel; Vision Zero equity and enforcement; and tangible, results-based strategies to address systematic tranportation disparities.
Learn about efforts in Minneapolis to address racial disparities in housing through comprehensive planning and inclusionary zoning.
Explore effective strategies to integrate hazard-mitigation planning into the larger community planning processes. Learn how to use selected models and tools to understand inundation risks and strengthen the local planning process to improve community resilience.
Affordable housing is a major challenge for growth management, especially in highly desirable locations. This course presents efforts in the Bay Area and greater Seattle to provide affordable housing while managing growth.
Examine the extraordinary housing affordability barriers in seasonal-vacation communities: from fair housing for seasonal employees to jobs-housing balance for year-round workers. Case studies focus on New England resort areas, placed in the context of national trends and innovations.
New Orleans and New York City are working to harness grassroots policy activism and mandatory inclusionary zoning to chip away at affordable-housing shortages. Explore how governments have interfaced with community-led affordability plans in each city.
Review disparate-impact housing discrimination cases and federal courts interpretation of them following the U.S. Supreme Court's Inclusive Communities decision. Learn how to draft regulations to avoid disparate-impact violations of the Fair Housing Act.
This course takes participants through the basics of what scenario planning is, when to use it, and how to get started. Get details from practitioners who have recently completed planning projects using scenario planning.
Art anchors our existence as human beings. Fostering its creation by individuals and industries leads to a vibrant, connected community with a healthy economy. Learn how to integrate a non-traditional element into master planning.
A consortium of 21 Dallas-Fort Worth cities and housing authorities partnered with a university to respond to HUD’s required Assessment of Fair Housing. What are the lessons and takeaways, especially after HUD suspended the AFFH rule’s mandated asses
A new ULI/Washington study examines two barriers to attainable housing: regulatory/approval processes and community acceptance of new housing. This session highlights the study's findings, the District of Columbia's efforts to address housing needs, and
Autism’s increasing prevalence calls for planners to plan and design the public realm to improve the quality of life for people with autism. Find out about planning and design standards that create places where people with autism can thrive.
This course investigates the effects of automated vehicles on land use, physical city design, urban densification or sprawl, and local vitality and activity. This course addresses future public-policy needs of different urban areas (core and inner and outer suburbs) and the implications for planning, design, and policy for automated vehicles and the built environment.
Suburbs are not destined to be defined by strip malls with excessive parking and many are reinventing themselves into walkable communities. Examine case studies and join a group discussion about how best to adapt sprawling areas into walkable mixed-use places.
Learn about the barriers to housing production and housing security in Oakland, California, during a construction boom, and see how stakeholders are overcoming them.
San Francisco Bay Area communities, ripe with the challenges planners face nationwide, have found new opportunities to innovate. Take a virtual trip around the Bay and learn about regional planning strategies, adapting to the shared economy, and planning
Successful plan implementation begins before the planning process starts, with clear achievable outcomes that drive the planning process. Learn how to jump-start implementation with lessons from urbanizing suburbs and historic central cities.