The <a href="http://www.urisa.org/PPGIS/2004/Prelim/ppProgramAtAGlance.htm">Preliminary Program</a> has been published for the 3rd Annual URISA Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) Conference. <br /> <br /> The event will be held from July 18-20, 2004 at University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wisconsin.<br /> <br /> The Conference features 5 tracks with presentations divided into the<br /> following subject areas:<br /> <br /> <li> Data, Organizational, and Policy Issues Affecting PPGIS Practice<br /> <li> PPGIS in Rural Settings and Small Communities<br /> <li> PPGIS Theory, Science, and Scientific Methods<br /> <li> PPGIS Practice and Implementation<br /> <br /> </li>
The Preliminary Program has been published for the 3rd Annual URISA Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) Conference.
The event will be held from July 18-20, 2004 at University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Conference features 5 tracks with presentations divided into the
following subject areas:
The Hyperloop’s Prospects Dim
The media is coming around to the idea that the hyperloop is not a near-term solution for the country’s transportation woes. It’s too little, too obvious, too late.
The Great American Exodus: A Conservative's Perspective
During his keynote speech on September 11 at the National Conservatism Conference in Miami, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis describes the demographic shifts in America since he became governor in 2019 in what he calls the 'Great American Exodus.'
Disneyland Is Too Crowded. Is More Capacity Needed?
Disneyland has a plan to create more supply to meet contemporary demand, a strategy reminiscent of contemporary debates surrounding housing and transportation.
Jaywalking Decriminalized in California
Another day, another historic planning-related bill signed into law in the Golden State.
Smart Growth Plan Hopes to Rein in Sprawl in Walla Walla
The Washington city reformed its zoning code to support more multifamily development and a diversity of housing types to meet the needs of its growing population.
The Resilience of Bikeshare
The inherent simplicity of bikes makes shared mobility systems a crucial transportation option during natural disasters.
California High Speed Rail Authority
City of Fargo, North Dakota
City of Crystal River
This six-course series explores essential urban design concepts using open source software and equips planners with the tools they need to participate fully in the urban design process.