International Speedway Boulevard: The Corridor That Has It All

APA Florida Chapter

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Thursday, September 7, 2017
1:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. EDT

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Overview

This corridor and tour will engross you in every planning discipline imaginable: beachside and downtown redevelopment, community development, school and transportation planning, tourism and economic development, and even a dose of historic preservation and neighborhood planning.  Stops along the way include: Bethune-Cookman University, a historically black university founded in 1904; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the world's largest, fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace; and International Speedway Corporation headquarters, where attendees will meet with the ISB Coalition. The ISB Coalition is a partnership of public and private stakeholders focused on the development of sustainable community infrastructure to promote economic development along the International Speedway Boulevard corridor. The tour is designed to identify the linkages between various land uses and transportation planning and economic development; acquaint planners with the primary economic activities in Daytona Beach; communicate and showcase a planning strategy for public private partnership; and provide background context for Friday’s interactive design charrette with Hank Dittmar.

Cost: $25

Speakers

Maryam Ghyabi

Invited Speaker

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Saralee Morrissey, FAICP

Invited Speaker

More than two decades as a school planner has earned Saralee Morrissey statewide recognition as an innovative and effective leader and the first school planner to be accepted into the AICP College of Fellows. Ms. Morrissey’s implementation of sound planning principles in school facility planning, student assignment & capital budgeting ... Read More

Contact Info

Julia Magee, fapa@floridaplanning.org

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