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Congress for the New Urbanism

The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is the leading organization promoting walkable, mixed-use neighborhood development, sustainable communities and healthier living conditions. For nearly twenty years, CNU members have used the principles in CNU's Charter to promote the hallmarks of New Urbanism, including: - Livable streets arranged in compact, walkable blocks. - A range of housing choices to serve people of diverse ages and income levels. - Schools, stores and other nearby destinations reachable by walking, bicycling or transit service. - An affirming, human-scaled public realm where appropriately designed buildings define and enliven streets and other public spaces. For more information, visit our website at www.CNU.org


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OI: Expanding the Tent: Chapter to Chapter

Lata Krishnarao, AICP

Walking Tour: Dallas Arts District

A. J. Kirkpatrick, AICP

New Thinking - Improving Transportation

Lata Krishnarao, AICP

What's Next for New Urbanism: Accelerating the Pace of Change

Rachel E. DiResto

Road to Zero

A. J. Kirkpatrick, AICP

202 Session: Happy City Applied

Joseph Minicozzi, AICP

Every planner should take this course! Excellent presentation and excellent assignment to rethink spaces and cities. Great work!
202 Session: Happy City Applied

John D. Lettelleir, AICP

Great session, and valuable information was shared which compliments the information that I gathered from the National APA conference in Seattle last month. I would have added a minimum of one hour, not more than 2 to the class. The only suggestion that I have for this is that we felt rushed.
Road to Zero

Lata Krishnarao, AICP

Road to Zero

Rachel E. DiResto

Road to Zero

Patrick Prescott, AICP

Road to Zero

Caleb Racicot, AICP

Calthorpe always talks about the same thing, but Mazria was great!
Bipartisan Placemaking: Reaching Conservatives

Joseph Minicozzi, AICP

Great talks, but a back-and-forth could have been more fun. The speakers didn't have to do monologues before the gig. A debate could have been fun, but overall, very informative.
Bipartisan Placemaking: Reaching Conservatives

Charles Marohn, AICP

Bipartisan Placemaking: Reaching Conservatives

John D. Lettelleir, AICP

Great session due to having a great panel.
Bipartisan Placemaking: Reaching Conservatives

John H. Eastman, AICP

speakers did not stay on topic but nonetheless it was an insightful presentation
Activating Ground Floors Without Retail

Patrick Prescott, AICP

Bipartisan Placemaking: Reaching Conservatives

Brad Wiseman, AICP

A very thought provoking, intellectually rigorous discussion. Look forward to more like it.
The Paradox of Place-Based Coding: Expanding the Discussion of Regulatory Reform

Lata Krishnarao, AICP

The Paradox of Place-Based Coding: Expanding the Discussion of Regulatory Reform

Jayashree Narayana, AICP

The Paradox of Place-Based Coding: Expanding the Discussion of Regulatory Reform

Caleb Racicot, AICP