April 3 & 4 – Intersections: Creating Culturally Complete Streets (Nashville, TN): Intersections will bring together planners, artists, engineers, public health advocates, and many others to collaborate and find practical ways to integrate arts and culture to create streets that are not only safe for everyone, but also better reflect the unique character of their communities.
April 11 – Car-Free Urbanism (Online)
Join us in a conversation with urban designers/architects involved with Culdesac Tempe and Culdesac Atlanta, two highly watched developments that are eliminating cars in residential areas, which allows for innovative urban design solutions. The program includes Dan Parolek of Opticos Design and Eric Kronberg of Kronberg Architects + Urbanists.
April 26 – Instead of Paving Paradise, Can We Share It? (Online, CA): Can we find a way to make parking spaces shareable for different users? Join us to learn about recent changes and potential new rules, including a new California state bill, that would do just that.
April 26 to 28 – Urbanism Next Conference (Portland, OR): We are excited to get together in-person with experts from around the world to learn about how emerging technologies and changing land use, urban design, building design, transportation, and real estate and what these changes mean for equity, health and safety, the economy, and the environment.
May 2 – 4 – National Shared Mobility Summit – (Chicago, IL): Join from community-based organizations, non-profits, transit agencies, government agencies, mobility operators, technology vendors to address the theme, “All Together Now: Collective Action for Shared Mobility.” PRN is a sponsor of this event.
May 15 – 18 – Designing Cities 2023 (Denver, CO): Now in its eleventh year, the NACTO Designing Cities Conference brings together 1,000 officials, planners, and practitioners to advance the state of transportation in cities.
May 30 – 31 – StrongTowns National Gathering – (Charlotte, NC): Hear from inspiring speakers, participate in hands-on workshops, and meet with fellow advocates at this first in-person StrongTowns national event. PRN’s Tony Jordan and Jane Wilberding will be presenting.
June 1 – 3 – CNU 31.Charlotte – (Charlotte, NC): The Congress for the New Urbanism is thrilled to bring our 31st annual Congress to one of the most diverse, vibrant cities in the American Southeast with deep roots in new urbanism – the Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina.
June 21 – 23 – Urban Future (Stuttgart, Germany): More than 3,000 of the most brilliant urban shapers, leaders, entrepreneurs, sustainable cities, media professionals, and talent are getting together: to share change-making experience and talk about the failures you will never find in reports.
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