December 2 – Friday Transportation Seminar: The Next Wave of Abolishing Parking Mandates (Online): We’ll take a look at why parking reform is so important, what to expect next in Oregon, and lessons from cities who have already gone all the way to delete this regulation from their zoning code.
December 8 – MAKING HEALTHY PLACES: HOW TO DESIGN AND BUILD FOR WELL-BEING, EQUITY, AND SUSTAINABILITY (Online): Join the editors of the book, Making Healthy Places, along with Katherine Catalano, Deputy Director, Center for Climate, Health and Equity at APHA, they will discuss the relationship of the built environment to equity and health disparities, climate change and resilience, new technological developments in the built environment, and the evolving impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
January 8-12 – Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (Washington, DC): Expected to attract thousands of transportation professionals from around the world, the meeting program covers all transportation modes, with sessions and workshops addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions.
March 3 – Curbivore (Los Angeles, CA): These past few years have marked an unprecedented shift in how people view and use their cities, and the businesses that make them unique. Commerce has moved to the curb, and the new normal relies on delivery & pickup, and on retrofitting curbs, sidewalks, & disused real estate into civic spaces that work to serve everyone.
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 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 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.