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Sonoran Institute

The Sonoran Institute inspires and enables community decisions and public policies that respect the land and people of western North America. Facing rapid change, communities in the West value their natural and cultural resources, which support resilient environmental and economic systems. Founded in 1990, the Sonoran Institute helps communities conserve and restore those resources and manage growth and change through collaboration, civil dialogue, sound information, practical solutions and big-picture thinking. The Sonoran Institute is a nonprofit organization with offices in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona; Bozeman, Montana; Glenwood Springs, Colorado; Sheridan, Wyoming and Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.


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Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Laura Elam, AICP

Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Reed Huegerich, AICP

Love the examples. Great projects!
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Brian Potts, AICP

Good overview of this subject with interesting case studies. I learned some new technique to temporarily try modification of streets prior to making permanent modifications.
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Glen Bolen, AICP

Great examples of fast and cheap strategies.
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Amy L. Augustine, AICP

Excellent. Full of applicable (and cost-efficient) solutions!
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

John W. DePriest, AICP

Very good. The speakers were obviously well versed in their fields and plenty of examples were provided.
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Victoria C. Drummond, AICP

Excellent! Community Builders is a great resource and Gary Toth showed exciting transformation of downtown Detroit that involved phased, grass root originated change that turned a scary street into a place that stimulated interest and leverage that bolstered the economy and made it a place of cultural and economic exchange. And of course it is much more beautiful now than it was 10 years ago. The Planners involved with the Detroit community should feel great professional gratification.
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Jenah E. Thornborrow, AICP

Very well done! Informative, interesting and new ideas.
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Alan M. Richman, AICP

An excellent webinar. Detailed information, well presented, slides clearly illustrated the points being made. Useful, practical information. Highly recommended!!
Building Communities through Transportation: The Role of Placemaking in Transportation Planning

Andrew Thierolf, AICP

Hazard Mitigation Planning

Kelli Sertich, AICP

very useful information. speakers were good.
Hazard Mitigation Planning

Timothy J. Katers, AICP

Excellent presentation
Hazard Mitigation Planning

Victoria C. Drummond, AICP

Really enjoyed Rebecca Trayler - she seemed to be prepared, comfortable and knowledgeable. The best parts of her presentation were the case scenarios - before and after photos and the types of funding for the projects.
Hazard Mitigation Planning

David W. German, AICP

More photos and graphics in the slides (fewer words) will help. Lots of good information! Thank you!
Hazard Mitigation Planning

Amy L. Augustine, AICP

Good second half. Needed more about actual planning and contents of the actual plans that have been successful.
Finding the Money: Possible Outcomes of the Upcoming Battle Over Federal Transportation Funding

Paul Carroll Rice, AICP

Finding the Money: Possible Outcomes of the Upcoming Battle Over Federal Transportation Funding

Allison Ochs Kent, AICP

while not the most exciting topic, informative. also was cool as I missed the live version - and they sent a link that let me watch it later. Awesome not to be tied to the exact time of the webinar as can be challenging with work. Thanks!
Finding the Money: Possible Outcomes of the Upcoming Battle Over Federal Transportation Funding

David W. German, AICP

Slight political bias detected in the presentation. Made focusing on the topic more challenging, and the speaker less credible.
Finding the Money: Possible Outcomes of the Upcoming Battle Over Federal Transportation Funding

Bruce F. Donnelly, AICP

Very clear and timely, but not political.
Finding the Money: Possible Outcomes of the Upcoming Battle Over Federal Transportation Funding

Craig C. Hood, AICP