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    The 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) represents a fundamental shift in the number and types of infrastructure projects undertaken by federal, state, regional and local agencies, with large implications for regional, urban, and district-
    CM|0.50
    Nonmember Price: $20.00
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    Too often economic development exacerbates inequities. Learn how to combat histories of racism and inequity by addressing planning work and power dynamics through people- and place-based tools.
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    Nonmember Price: $30.00
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    This webinar will provide planners with expert advice on the basic and essential elements necessary when considering launching and operating a private practice.
    CM|1.0
    Nonmember Price: $40.00
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    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

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    Cities must leverage existing infrastructure for additional capacity. This session proposes a new paradigm for street design and operations that optimizes existing space using design, policy, and technology. The material updates Complete Streets concepts to include traditional plus innovative approaches.
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    The update reemphasizes the commitment to equity and inclusion, to opposing harassment, and preventing misuse of the AICP credential and the Ethics complaint process (among other updates). The Session will show how these are the extension of our shared values.

    CM I 1.50 (1.00 Ethics)

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    Municipal climate and sustainability planning is often relegated to offices or departments with limited influence. This presentation will explore how to implement climate action plans via creative management structures, financial processes, and policy adoption.
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    Tax increment financing (TIF) is a powerful tool for advancing major development projects, but its complexity can be daunting. This session covers best practices in TIF planning and policy from vision to implementation, utilizing case studies from Pittsburgh, PA.
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    A transportation planning framework overhaul has Richmond, VA on the Path to Equity! Discover innovative ways to: assess and identify "uneven" accessibility, diversify travel modes, apply novel equity evaluation criteria, and anticipate the potential negative impacts of transportation improvements.

    CM I 1.00 (1.00 Equity)

    Nonmember Price: $40.00
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    How do you navigate community interests with a lack of affordable housing, and ever-changing housing laws? This course discusses tools that promote affordable, inclusive, and quality housing products.
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    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 issu
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    Communities have regulated signs based on their off-premises location for decades, but are those regulations now unconstitutional under the First Amendment?

    CM I 1.50 (1.00 Law)

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    The pandemic has brought a wide range of responses to help address the immediate impacts on our cities. Planners must look beyond the initial triage and develop a robust framework driven by current data to support long term recovery.
    CM|1.0

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    Across America, small towns and rural communities are shrinking. But population loss doesn’t have to lead to decline. Learn keys to success from communities that have made strategic investments and thoughtful planning about making quality places a top priority.
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    The planning toolbox is ripe for a makeover. Hear a critique of several planning methods, standards, and assumptions and how they undermine safety, economic vibrancy, and mobility. Get the case for reform.
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    Is your city considering the elimination of single-family zoning or upzoning for more affordable housing? Hear about the short-term intended and unintended consequences of of Durham, North Carolina's Expanded Housing Choice Initiative.
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    Urban renewal requires balancing conflicting needs to create a sense of place and equitable access. This presentation explores how urban freeways and placemaking can work together to retain access to jobs and resources while enhancing community livability.
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    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.
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    This presentation reviews the latest biometric tools being used to assess the human experience of the built environment (mobile eye-tracking and galvanic skin response) and how they can be used to influence planning and design, well-being, and sustainable development.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Can working with nature be a faster, greener, cheaper, safer way to respond to sea level rise and intensified storms? What's developing in nature-based "green" alternatives and can they replace or complement traditional "gray" infrastructure?
    CM|1.0
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    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.
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    It has never been more important for planners to be able to connect and engage effectively with communities, stakeholders and clients using virtual and digital technologies. Join our panelists as they discuss effective engagement methods.
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    Look holistically at the planning and management of water supply, wastewater, and stormwater systems. Explore ways to reach the goal of providing everyone with the opportunity to have clean, safe, affordable drinking water and wastewater services.
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    Because of the increasingly rich spatial types of contemporary cities, the functions of public buildings are diversified. This study will show how to draw the Noli map in mountainous areas and reveal the differences between modern and traditional public spaces.
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    If AVs arrived today, local governments wouldn't be ready. As states preempt local government regulation of emerging mobility, learn how local governments are exploring the tools they have to achieve equitable outcomes through PDDs and future AV deployments.
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    Learn from a PhD student in Communication and Urban Sustainability, who is also a practicing planner, how planners might apply theories and methods from the communication discipline toward the development of more inclusive and effective public engagement strategies.
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    The "Gig for Government" trend is creating new kinds of consulting opportunities for planners. Many state and local government officials said they need professional workers who can be available on demand.
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    Since the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, thousands of communities have used mitigation planning as the foundational step for risk reduction. Learn about the next generation of mitigation planning policies and resources and how communities are already leading the way.

    CM I 1.00 (1.00 Sustainability & Resilience)

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