Regional Plan Association's 23rd Annual Assembly - April 19 - New York

Regional Plan Association

Join us on April 19 in New York as we explore urgent challenges facing the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut region, including climate change, declining economic opportunity and fiscal uncertainty, and discuss strategies for tackling these issues. This year’s Assembly will look at topics including:

  • How can we lessen the region’s vulnerability to severe storms and rising sea levels? What are the best strategies for protecting our coastal areas, transit systems and power networks? What steps do we need to take to reduce our carbon emissions over the long term?
  • What can local and state governments do to increase the economic opportunity of residents?
  • How can government operate more efficiently, be more responsive to long-term needs and less paralyzed by debt?

Please join us at the Waldorf-Astoria on April 19 to explore these topics and chart the future of the region. For more information and to register, please visit

More about the Assembly:

Each spring, the RPA Assembly brings together more than 1,000 civic and business leaders to discuss major issues affecting the prosperity and quality of life in the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut region. The conference is the region’s premier opportunity to debate approaches we should take to expand our economy and sustainably meet our needs for employment, transportation and housing.

About RPA

Regional Plan Association is America’s oldest and most distinguished independent urban research and advocacy organization. RPA works to improve the economic competitiveness, infrastructure, sustainability and quality of life of the New York- New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan region. A cornerstone of our work is the development of long-range plans and policies to guide the growth of the region. Through the America 2050 program, RPA also provides leadership in the Northeast and across the U.S. on a broad range of transportation and economic-development issues. For more information, please visit

Published on:
March 18, 2013 - 10:46am
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