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    • Land Value Capture for Infrastructure Finance

      This forum will share innovations — and the pragmatic nuts and bolts needed to make them happen — by emphasizing state and local policy changes that are enabling effective approaches to land value capture.
      • Michael Alexander, AICP
      • Anthony Flint
      • Julie Kim
      • Gerald Korngold
      #9172489
      CM | 1.50
    • Diversity and Inclusion Training Series

      Planning for diversity and inclusion requires intentional conscious efforts to dismantle systems of oppression and advance self-determination and liberation. This course equips planners with concepts and skills to perform inclusive and equitable planning and work effectively across diverse communities.
      • Daniel Lim
      • Giovania Tiarachristie
      #9171811
      CM | 2
    • Election 2016 What's Ahead and Implications for Local Communities

      Analysis of Election 2016 is nearly inescapable. But, so too are the implications of this year’s election for planners and the communities they serve.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Mara Liasson
      #9155940
      CM | 1
    • Planning Ethics and Today's Challenges

      All practitioners sometimes grapple with the right thing to do in complex and often ambiguous situations that seem inconsistent with their own experiences or the AICP code. Learn how to make ethical decisions more easily.
      Nonmember
      $60.00
      Member
      $30.00
      • Carolyn Loh
      • Bonnie Johnson, AICP
      • Mickey Lauria
      • Nader Afzalan
      • Lisa Schweitzer
      #9155424
      CM | 1.50
      E | 1.50
    • Legal and Financial Strategies for Conservation

      Explore conservation easements, historic tax credits, and programmatic strategies that engender stewardship and protection as strategies to balance the maintenance of character and heritage with limited financial resources.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Anna Hudson
      • Julia Murphy, AICP
      #9155285
      CM | 1
    • Austin Sidewalks: Planning, Assessment, and Execution

      Sidewalk networks provide access to transit, increase transportation equity, help control air pollution and traffic congestion, and improve quality of life. Learn how Austin’s sidewalk and Safe Routes to School programs use GIS tools for analysis, planning, and project management.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Alisha Pena
      • John Eastman, AICP
      • Daniel Haverlah
      • Coleen Gentles
      #9155392
      CM | 1
    • Local Planning Agency Management and Skills

      What do you need to know to manage today’s local planning agency creatively and effectively This session explores the perspectives, skills, and knowledge sets planners need to succeed in managing traditional practice as well as emerging sustainability and resiliency work.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Evadne Friedman Hull
      • Wayne Feiden, FAICP
      • Joel Mills
      #9155168
      CM | 1.25
    • Greater Sustainability with Autonomous Vehicles?

      Self-driving cars will hit city streets soon. Will they induce a new boom in sprawl? Will they create a transit “golden age” with new ownership models? Explore the future of transportation with experts from Silicon Valley and New York.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Tory Smith
      • William Carry
      • Will Baumgardner
      • David King
      • Thomas Coleman, AICP
      • Rebecca Mark
      #9155191
      CM | 1.25
    • Parks without Borders: Unifying the Public Realm

      Learn how NYC Parks, working with communities and sister agencies, is unifying park spaces with the neighborhoods they serve and creating new centers of community by reimagining entrances, edges, and park-adjacent spaces through its Parks Without Borders initiative.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Nancy Prince
      • Sean Quinn
      • Nilka Martell
      • Mitchell Silver, FAICP
      #9155233
      CM | 1.25
    • Fostering Inclusive Communities Through Fair Housing

      This session will review the history and requirements of HUD’s recent Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule. The session will also review recent efforts by the District of Columbia to more equitably disperse the affordable housing supply throughout the city.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Megan Haberle
      • Chris Dickersin-Prokopp
      • Christopher Dickersin-Prokopp, AICP
      • Erin Wilson, AICP
      #9155158
      CM | 1.25
    • Planning Commissioner Training Collection

      Take your planning officials and commissioners to the next level with this three-part training course collection. Listen in as four seasoned planners share insights from new research as well as wisdom gained from countless hours of running public meetings.
      Nonmember
      $60.00
      Member
      $30.00
      • Michael Blue, FAICP
      • Gregory Jones, AICP
      • Bonnie Johnson, AICP
      • Stan Popovich, AICP
      #9155691
      CM | 1.50
    • Affordable Housing Series

      Many communities support production of affordable housing in concept but want to balance that production with preserving community character. In this course learn from two combined NPC sessions on the topic of Affordable Housing. Explore tools public-sector planners can use to encourage affordable housing while affirmatively furthering fair housing.
      Nonmember
      $60.00
      Member
      $30.00
      • Jacob Fisher
      • Stephen Tilly
      • Emily Allison
      • Woo Kim, AICP
      • Cheryl Stulpin
      • Judith Barrett
      • Jennifer Raitt
      #9155898
      CM | 1.50
    • MADG: Train Stations Need Love Too

      The area outside of a train station's fare gates are often "no man's land"— parking lots or driveways connecting to the nearest street. Learn how BART's stations aim to be different by prioritizing the passenger experience and balancing the needs of all modes.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Shannon Hake, AICP
      • Joel Pullen, AICP
      #9155293
      CM | 0.75
    • Effects of e-Commerce on Land-use Planning

      Discover trends in e-commerce and their potential impacts on land-use planning. Learn how e-commerce is changing the requirements for commercial/industrial real-estate developments. This panel explores future urban spatial form, land uses, and zoning requirements in the digital age.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Genevieve Giuliano
      • Gillam Campbell
      • Elizabeth Tyler, FAICP
      • Larry Finch, AICP
      #9155460
      CM | 1.25
    • 3D Solutions for Comprehensive Planning

      Have you added 3D to your planning toolkit? Evolving 3D GIS technology, such as scenario planning tools and 3D analysis, brings new levels of decision support to the planning process. Explore how 3D GIS can inspire and guide city planning initiatives by combining the scientific power of GIS with 3D city modeling to facilitate data visualization, scenario impact simulations, and storytelling.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Brooks Patrick
      • Kristy Senatori
      • Eric Brady
      • Lesli Ellis, AICP CEP
      #9155237
      CM | 1.25
    • The Rockaways: Resiliency and Community Revitalization

      What combination of strategies and tools can make the Rockaways a resilient, thriving community and regional beach destination? Explore how planners are addressing that question while confronting major economic, housing, transportation, employment, and land-use challenges.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Jeanne Dupont
      • Perris Straughter
      • Gerard Romski
      • Donovan Richards
      • Manuel Silva
      • Jainey Bavishi
      #9155153
      CM | 1.25
    • Mining Cell Phones to Improve Multimobility

      Mining cell phone data is exciting, powerful, and tricky but accessing the data is expensive. Explore the robust nature of cell phone information for transportation master planning and other types of planning projects as well as useful ArcGIS tools for analytics.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Michelle Glickert
      • Danielle Hughes
      • Cynthia Albright, AICP CUD, GISP
      #9155311
      CM | 1
    • Collaborative Partnerships to Advance Resilience Planning

      Collaborative partnerships or “networks” leverage limited resources to advance community resilience and climate-adaptation planning. This session illustrates a diverse group of national and regional examples.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Daniel Burger
      • Max Gruenig
      • Steve Goldbeck
      #9155298
      CM | 1.25
    • TDM: Building Company Culture and Communities

      Communities and companies share space and common interests in creating places that are attractive, enjoyable, and accessible. Hear how global businesses are pushing for transportation investments in response to dynamic shifts in company culture and building community relationships.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Sophie Martin, AICP
      • Aliza Paz
      • Jeremy Shaw
      #9155303
      CM | 0.75
    • Regional Planning for Arts and Culture

      Increasingly, planners are addressing the value of arts and culture as a regional issue. Explore why this is true and examine emerging best practices in the field, using examples of programs in the Boston, Chicago, and Seattle regions.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Stephen Ostrander
      • Jennifer Erickson
      • Ben Bakkenta, AICP
      #9155292
      CM | 1
    • Economic Development = Integrated Planning, Infrastructure, and Finance

      Learn from a planner and developer how to integrate urban design, transportation infrastructure, real-estate development, and innovative infrastructure finance to create environments that attract talent and employers who collectively seek vibrant, mixed-use, and mobility-rich environments.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Scott Polikov, FAICP
      #9155310
      CM | 1.25
    • Resilient Retail in the Internet Age

      Join planners, developers, retail strategists, and place managers as they share new trends, successful case studies, and planning tools needed to sustain brick-and-mortar retail and build market-resilient retail in the face of digital disruption.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Bobby Boone, AICP
      • Atul Sharma, AICP
      • Kristen Barden
      #9155289
      CM | 0.75
    • To the Next Level (of Service)

      After more than 50 years as the industry standard, auto-oriented level of service is falling out of favor across the transportation community. Learn about innovations in multimodal transportation-performance evaluation from those leading the charge to change this outdated paradigm.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Michelle DeRobertis
      • Chris Ganson
      • Patrick Lynch, AICP
      #9155295
      CM | 1
    • Envisioning Resilience by Design

      Cities become resilient by design. This session features three award-winning case studies from around the country that have used an internationally recognized framework for measuring project resilience and sustainability.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • William Bryant, AICP
      • Ifetayo Venner
      • Andy Sauer
      #9155283
      CM | 1
    • Tackling Affordable Housing at Multiple Scales

      New Orleans is in the midst of an affordable-housing crisis. Explore three approaches from the private, nonprofit, and academic sectors, working in parallel at different scales to engage communities and foster solutions from the top down and bottom up.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Alexandra Miller, AICP
      • Andreanecia Morris
      #9155323
      CM | 1.25
    • Restoring People While Rebuilding Properties

      In response to civil unrest in Batlimore, a citizen and planning firm created a master plan using robust engagement founded on empowering residents to provide comprehensive community input and involving both public and private stakeholders across the city.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Donte Hickman
      • Adam Gross
      #9155319
      CM | 1.25
    • Breathing Life into Parks with GSI

      As Capital Region Water and Seattle Public Utilities seek to solve stormwater issues, parks that have suffered as a result of shrinking budgets are getting much-needed upgrades to keep stormwater out of sewers while activating underused spaces.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • April Mills
      • Seth Charde
      #9155334
      CM | 1.25
    • Art, Mitigation, and Planning, Oh My!

      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.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Joseph Barris, AICP
      • Lori Foley
      #9155326
      CM | 1
    • After Inclusive Communities: Disparate Impact Revisited

      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.
      Nonmember
      $60.00
      Member
      $30.00
      • Donald Elliott, FAICP
      • Edwin Voss
      • Brian Connolly
      #9155329
      CM | 1.50
      L | 1.50
    • NEPA Adaptation and Controversy

      Examine the criticisms of NEPA environmental reviews, changes to process, and items that can be improved. Does NEPA kill projects? Does it force good planning? Discuss the controversies surrounding NEPA and its adaptations over the years.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Belinda Wordlaw, AICP
      • Lisa Schreibman, AICP
      • Diana Mendes, AICP
      #9155277
      CM | 1.25
    • Facing Challenges of Sea Level Rise

      Planners nationwide are dealing with the reality of sea level rise brought on by climate change. What zoning tools are planners using? What sort of data is needed?  How do you plan for expensive infrastructure? This session seeks to develop answers to these questions and more by tapping the practical experiences of planners dealing with the messy reality of sea level rise today.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • James Schwab, FAICP
      • Joseph DeAngelis, AICP
      #9155274
      CM | 1.25
    • Leveraging Big Data for Planning: Towards Open and Frugal Solutions

      Explore an overview of opportunities to leverage big data in various aspects of planning. Learn how advances in technology and the democratization of technical knowledge opens up new modes of creating technical solutions.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Kevin Desouza
      #9155280
      CM | 1.25
    • Post-Katrina Resilience Planning on Mississippi Coast

      More than 10 years after Hurricane Katrina hit, local government officials in coastal Mississippi have been creating a framework for resilient action. Examine multiple tools and resources being employed to help the coast withstand adverse environmental change.
      Nonmember
      $60.00
      Member
      $30.00
      • Rick Stickler
      • David Perkes
      • LaDon Swann
      #9155355
      CM | 1.50
    • Inclusively Engaged: Mississippi Delta to Dubuque

      Planning well means planning inclusively! To reach the underrepresented, we must take the plan to the community. Cities as diverse as Greenville, Mississippi, and Dubuque, Iowa, sought these voices. Learn the inspiring results of their inclusive community engagement.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Michael Hoffman, AICP
      • Carlon Williams
      • Laura Carstens
      #9155337
      CM | 1.25
    • Transportation Trade-offs and Priorities in Denver

      Denver is rethinking how to best utilize limited right-of-way as the number of people moving through the city skyrockets. A new set of innovative plans is setting the course for complete networks with modal priorities and context-sensitive solutions.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Jeremy Klop, AICP
      • Jennifer Wieland
      • Jay Renkens, AICP
      #9155362
      CM | 1.25
    • Planning Dockless Bike-Share Systems

      Dockless bike-share is on a roll, but is it an advance for ubiquitous, on-demand travel or "mobility spam"? This session looks at planning and policy techniques to integrate dockless bike-share into your campus or city’s transportation system.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Kimberly Lucas
      • Jean Crowther, AICP
      • Gauthier Derrien
      #9155379
      CM | 1.25
    • Transforming Health Through the Built Environment

      Reaching out to different sectors beyond your own can be daunting. However, you may be surprised to find that other sectors are thirsty for meaningful partnerships too! Learn how different sectors in San Bernardino County, California, found each other.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Barbara Alejandre
      • Trudy Raymundo
      • Erik Calloway
      #9155366
      CM | 0.75
    • Land-Value Capture for Community Benefits

      Public investment and governmental actions, like up-zonings, can increase private-property values. How can local governments capture some of that land value to support new infrastructure, affordable housing, and other amenities that improve quality of life for all residents?
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Abram Barge, AICP
      • Gerald Korngold
      • Armando Carbonell, FAICP
      • Julie Herlands, AICP
      #9155372
      CM | 1
    • Catalyzing Coastal Change via Competition

      Explore how lifting the constraints of a traditional solicitation process can make way for ideas that change standard practices. Build momentum and support for improvements while adding exciting new tools to your repertoire.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Jay Estes, AICP
      • Sarah Tracy
      • Carolyn Martin
      #9155382
      CM | 1
    • Downtowns (Re)invented for Suburban Cities

      Living and playing are more important than just serving as drivers for today’s downtowns. Learn how an urbanizing suburb has created a city center and how a suburban city has redefined its city center as places of community and economic development.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Keren-Or Costanzo, AICP
      • James Tolbert, FAICP
      #9155422
      CM | 1.25
    • Homeowner Stability, Displacement in East Brooklyn

      East New York, Brooklyn, is a gentrifying neighborhood where speculation, scams, and foreclosures threaten low- and moderate-income homeowners and their renters. Find out what drives homeowner displacement, where owners move when they leave, and what policies can promote homeowner stability.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Leo Goldberg
      • Caroline Nagy
      #9155352
      CM | 1
    • Louisiana's Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments

      The State of Louisiana received a $40 million federal grant for Louisiana’s Strategic Adaptations for Future Environments (LA SAFE), a planning framework designed to use future land-loss and flood-risk data to encourage better land-use and development strategies.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Dakota Fisher
      • Barbara Hill
      • J. David Waggonner
      • Monica Farris
      • Liz Williams
      #9155399
      CM | 1.25
    • Regional Livable Communities

      Livable communities programs are busting land-use and transportation silos to advance regional goals with local work. Performance measures, evaluation, and communication programs identify and disseminate the impacts of these programs, and embed principles of livability within broader capital programming.
      Nonmember
      $30.00
      Member
      $15.00
      • Ken Kirkey
      • Elizabeth Dawson
      • Shawn Conrad
      #9155396
      CM | 0.75
    • 3D for Every Planner

      Add 3D to your planning toolkit with ease using today’s 3D GIS technology. This session explores the application of 3D for data visualization, long-range planning, evaluating development proposals, and winning support for catalytic projects with realistic development concepts.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Carolyn Bennett
      • Nikolas Davis
      • Devin Lavigne, AICP
      #9155376
      CM | 1
    • Planning Strategies for Climate Resilient Development

      The climate-readiness dialogue in cities is evolving. Learn how cities and developers are addressing the future impacts of climate change through planning and zoning strategies designed to implement resilient solutions at the district and project levels.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Amy Whitesides
      • Nasser Brahim
      • Nicholas Iselin
      • Chris Busch, AICP
      #9155393
      CM | 1.25
    • Harnessing Gentrification’s Momentum Towards Social Impact

      America’s cities are undergoing a resurgence after decades of decline. But poor families, often swept up in gentrification’s wake, grapple with issues of housing insecurity/displacement. Learn how Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Oakland (California), and Atlanta are harnessing gentrification’s momentum towards social-impact projects/policies.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Sara Patenaude
      • John Gibbs
      • Gregory Heller
      • Jessica Smith-Perry
      #9155416
      CM | 1.25
    • Climate Change, Credit Ratings, and Investment

      In a changing climate, cities have increasing climate mitigation, adaptation, resiliency, and infrastructure needs. How can cities pay for these plans? And how might climate change affect a city’s credit ratings?
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Sarah Wilson
      • Nicolette Jones
      • Alison Kearns
      #9155457
      CM | 1
    • Lessons in New Suburbanism

      Washington, D.C., is transforming as aging, auto-dependent suburbs are being revitalized through new suburbanism. Presenting a data-driven approach to transforming sprawl into walkable, sustainable communities, this session offers insight into and proven methods for suburban design success.
      Nonmember
      $40.00
      Member
      $20.00
      • Casey Anderson
      • Jennifer Russel
      • Bryant Foulger
      #9155404
      CM | 1
    • Fifty Years of Inspired Planning: Boulder

      Explore how planning has evolved in the 50 years since Boulder, Colorado, first taxed itself to buy open space and build multimodal transportation and the 40 years since the city-county comprehensive plan was adopted.
      Nonmember
      $50.00
      Member
      $25.00
      • Dale Case, AICP
      • Linda Bracke, AICP
      #9155411
      CM | 1.25
    • New Planning Reality for Big Cities

      What does the anatomy of a low-carbon pathway for a big city actually look like? This story-driven session contrasts the processes, methods, assumptions, and insights used to create leading-edge low-carbon climate action plans for New York City and Toronto.
      Nonmember
      $20.00
      Member
      $10.00
      • Lia Cairone
      • Cathy Pasion
      #9155419
      CM | 0.50

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