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Follow the life of a curb extension in Washington DC. From its recommendation as part of a Neighborhood Livability Study, to its tactical form and finally its permanent installation, this Case Study focuses on planning and implementation of traffic calmi
Behind every development project is a financial analysis and projection called a pro forma. While developers prepare the pro forma, it’s a crucial tool for planners, too. This course provides a deeper understanding into a projects financial analysis and projections.
CM I 1.0
Nonmember Price: $40.00
Member Price: $20.00
Transit-oriented development (TOD) capitalizes on public transit access by transforming underutilized spaces into walkable and sustainable communities, with a mix of land uses, a vibrant public realm, opportunities to address affordability and equity, an
Successful redevelopment occurs because of three drivers: what the market will bear, what the community wants, and what the site will support. Master plans must respond to public input, unique site challenges, and design principles that guide each projec
The Water and Tribes Initiative is changing the role of Tribal Communities in shaping long-term water management in the Colorado River Basin. This effort serves as a case study for how planners can effectively begin solving complex and controversial issues that include long-standing structural racism.
Expand your knowledge of tribal transportation planning through discussion of federal, state and tribal transportation planning requirements taking into consideration tribal case studies in long-range planning and highway safety.
ChatGPT is taking the world by storm. How can you use this tool effectively and responsibly? Experience generative AI’s potential for planning practice and hear how one U.S. city is already exploring its use.
CM | 1.5
Nonmember Price: $60.00
Member Price: $30.00
Cultural organization Fourth Arts Block and partner design firms are creating a vision plan to support the Lower East Side’s cultural life with a focus on equity, access, and resiliency.
In gentrifying Atlanta, one area uses historic preservation to preserve naturally occurring affordable housing and small businesses, expand housing types, and permit density around transit.
The threat to mental health is an underlying crisis in the wake of COVID-19. Planners are tasked with protecting public interest and must adapt planning and policies to better address mental health and its relationship to place-making.
A community-organized farmers' market in Prince George's, Maryland, uses community cultural wealth and radical planning to combat food apartheid rooted in centuries of land-use injustices.
This interactive, self-paced training will equip planners with essential skills to navigate change and understand how future uncertainties may impact communities. Learn to use strategic foresight in planning to effectively imagine the future and plan for change.
CM | 6.0
Nonmember Price: $198.00
Member Price: $99.00
Vacant Spaces to Livable Places – New Castle County’s vacant housing strategy has led to a 59% reduction in vacant properties over 5 years. Learn about the process, techniques, and partnerships that made this possible.
Congress may be on the brink of enacting sweeping new climate and energy policies. Experts will let you know what’s changed, what’s ahead, and what communities should expect.
Affordable housing is a challenge facing many cities across the country with solutions focusing on increasing supply. The Oregon Department of Transportation took a different approach and wanted to see how transit could increase overall affordability acr
One-fifth of Americans moved during the pandemic. This unprecedented change, buoyed by remote work, has had an outsized impact on how cities evolve, especially small communities. Explore the zoom town phenomenon and shared individual city responses throu
Many rural and suburban communities with outstanding natural assets have become attractive places for telecommuters to locate full time. How can the economic advantages of "zoom towns" benefit all community members?