CNU’s Transportation Summit 2008 – Nov. 6-8, 2008
Congress for the New Urbanism
This year's summit is where real progress can be made, thanks to CNU's interdisciplinary coalition of architects, engineers, planners, developers, elected officials, community activists, and others dedicated to building, preserving and redeveloping sustainable pedestrian-friendly communities as alternatives to sprawl.
Learn lessons about connectivity from Charlotte's street grid, and participate in breakout sessions examining various aspects of networks and help shape CNU's position on transportation networks.
Hear CNU co-founder Andres Duany discuss street and transit metrics that support energy-efficient urban development; Scott Polikov, Vince Graham and Danny Pleasant report from the front lines of network implementation; Norman Garrick demonstrates how urbanized networks achieve greater safety; and John Norquist, Mike Krusee and Geoff Anderson review the T4America Coalition and its work with the next federal transportation bill.
Sessions will earn AIA CEU and AICP CM credits.
Early registration is available until October 22.
Check out the Summit's website for more information and to register: www.cnu.org/transportation2008.
Posted October 13, 2008
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