Catch Up on ‘Innovative Transportation Planning’ at APA’s New Workshop
American Planning Association
American Planning Association | Planners Training Service
May 10, 2013
Register by May 2
Transportation trends are changing fast. Get up to speed at “Innovative Transportation Planning” from APA’s Planners Training Service, May 10 in Dallas.
This new workshop maps out the effects of MAP-21, the recently enacted federal transportation law. It shows how different transportation investments affect a community’s quality of life. And it shares what cities and towns across the country are doing to stretch their transportation resources.
Presenter Diana Mendes, AICP, teaches at Rutgers University’s National Transit Institute. She has 25 years of hands-on experience and helped develop APA's Advanced Specialty Certification exam for transportation planners.
Mark your calendar for a quartet of two-day PTS workshops June 11–14 in Seattle:
- Advanced Form-Based Planning and ZoningCM |14
- Planning for Climate Change: Adaptation and MitigationCM |14
- Site-Plan Review: Process, Standards, and Guidelines CM |14
- Sustainable Zoning and Development ControlsCM |14| Law (1.5)
Registration questions? E-mail [email protected].
Posted April 15, 2013