Conference Webcast on Planning the Post Sprawl Era, Friday, Nov. 30 at USC
The post-sprawl conference will showcase the very latest research regarding urban sprawl and density and bring it to bear on questions about future planning of urban growth. California cities are already more dense than those on the east coast and they will continue to densify in response to population growth. How can that growth be planned to make cities more livable in the post-sprawl era?
Join leading planning thinkers and decision makers in this exciting endeavor as we decide how to plan the post-sprawl era.
Organized by the Master of Planning Program, USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
Fannie Mae Foundation
Lincoln Institute for Land Policy
American Planning Association
Congress for the New Urbanism
Southern California Association of Governments
Southern California Transportation & Land Use Coalition
USC Southern California Studies Center (SC2)
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University of Southern California