The AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hosts a panel discussion on the Regional Plan Association’s Fourth Regional Plan, which details a series of ideas to create a more dynamic, customer-oriented transportation system over the next 25 years. These ideas include redesigning Penn Station to allow for safer, better flow of passengers and a more integrated regional rail network; expanding our region’s airports to give our economy room to grow; reimagining bus service using modern technology; and rethinking how we use our city street space as the automated vehicle era dawns.
Calling all public officials, developers, consultants and all interested in the built environment: ULI West/FF and the PACE Land Use Law Center cordially invite you to participate in a half-day summit focusing on the BIG picture: the future of the automobile and mobility and their impacts on land use and project planning; parking structures, design and automation; and parking regulations and smart parking alternatives.
SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR: 2 CLE Credits Additional cost of $90
& 2.5 AICP CM accreditation (pending) No additional cost