How to make Tactical Urbanism an effective part of your next planning process

APA California Chapter, Northern Section


Wednesday, March 8, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. PST

Oakland, CA, United States

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Alta Planning + Design (100 Webster Street, Suite 300, Oakland, CA, 94607)

Tactical urban demonstrations are low-cost, temporary changes to the built environment that can help the public and decision-makers better understand impacts to their community. Jeff Knowles, AICP and Jonathan Schuppert, AICP will share their experience designing, implementing, and evaluating trail and bikeway tactical urbanism projects across California. Come learn how these types of pilot projects can be added to your public engagement toolbox.

Sponsored by Alta Planning + Design and bagels and coffee will be provided.

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Alta Planning + Design

100 Webster Street


Oakland, CA 94607

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Jeffrey Knowles

For the past eight years, Jeff has managed public involvement activities that have engaged thousands of community members in trail and active transportation planning efforts. As a multi-modal transportation planner, Jeff has led bicycle and pedestrian master plans, traffic calming design projects, separated Class IV bikeway analysis, and trail/greenway ... Read More

Jonathan Schuppert

Jonathan has extensive experience in active transportation planning, campus and community planning, urban design, public engagement, GIS, and graphics. He has prepared local and regional active transportation plans, specific plans, downtown revitalization plans, form-based codes, general plan updates, and design guidelines/standards. He has coordinated online interactive engagement tools, facilitated ... Read More

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