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Recent Podcasts

Disruptive Transportation Technologies: Interview with Zagster's Jon Terbush

Planning magazine's Editor in Chief, Meghan Stromberg, interviews Jon Terbush, Communications Manager from bike share company, Zagster. This interview is part of a series about disruptive technologies within the world of transportation featured in the April 2017 issue of Planning magazine.

Previewing APA's Infrastructure Principles

Jason Jordan, APA's Director of Policy, interviews Kara Drane, AICP about APA's forthcoming set of principles that should guide a new federal infrastructure program.

Plan4Health: Delaware Coalition for Healthy Eating and Active Living

The Delaware Coalition for Healthy Eating and Active Living is working to include health and equity elements when updating comprehensive plans within the state. This podcast features an interview with David Edgell, AICP, Project Lead for Plan4Health for the Delaware Chapter of the American Planning Association, and Tim Gibbs, Executive Director Delaware Academy of Medicine and Delaware Public Health Association.

Plan4Health: Helena, Montana

An interview with Karen Lane, Preventions Program Manager at Louis and Clark Public Health, about how the Healthy Communities Coalition is working to develop an active living wayfinding system for parks and along urban trails in the greater Helena, Montana area.

Plan4Health: Pathways to Health in Tulsa County, Oklahoma

An interview with Chad Call, Shared Use Specialist, and Luisa Krug, Chronic Disease Epidemiologist, both of the Tulsa Health Department on the Pathways to Health initiative.

Plan4Health: Active Transportation Community of Interest - Pierce County, Washington

Liz Kastor, The Active Transportation Community of Interest (AT COI) manager, discusses how the organization, through the Plan4Health coalition, seeks to increase access to safe, healthy, and affordable active transportation options for people living in the Puyallup Watershed in Pierce County, Washington.

Plan4Health: Tarrant County, Texas

Linda Fulmer, Executive Director of Healthy Tarrant County Collaboration, discusses how the Plan4Health coalition is helping to bring access to healthy food in the southeast Fort Worth area.

planner profile: Courtney Kashima, AICP

In this edition of Planner Profile, APA interviews Courtney Kashima, AICP, Principal at MUSE Community + Design and President of APA's Illinois Chapter.

Plan4Health: Umatilla County, Oregon

A discussion about the work of the Plan4Health coalition in Umatilla County, Oregon with Jessica Nischik-Long, Executive Director at the Oregon Public Health Association, and Becky Steckler,AICP, Program and Policy Manager at the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association

Plan4health: thomas county, kansas

A discussion about the work of the Plan4Health coalition in Thomas County, Kansas with Eldonna Chestnut, chair of APHA's Council of Affiliates, and Dr. Robert Moser, President-Elect of Kansas APHA.

planning for parks in washington d.c.'s noma

Washington D.C.'s NoMa neighborhood has seen a tremendous amount of rapid growth in the last decade and with no land set aside for parks and publicly accessible space. We learn how that challenge is being addressed in this podcast interview with Robin Eve Jasper, President of the NoMa Business Improvement District and President of the NoMa Parks Foundation. Robin is also joined by Stacie West, Director of Parks Projects for the NoMa Parks Foundation.

A Journey from planning to public service: interview with Jack molenaar, aicp

Jack Molenaar, AICP, a transportation planner with more than 22 years of experience in both the public and private sector, give his perspective on both areas of his career, as well as his experience attending a national presidential convention.

Planner Profile: Miguel Vazquez, AICP

APA's Career Services Manager Bobbie Albrecht interviews Riverside, California planner, Miguel Vazquez, AICP on his planning career path, including advice for emerging planning professionals on how to move forward within the field.

Beyond Mobility: Transportation's Role In Achieving Community Outcomes

Mariia Zimmerman, Vice Chair of Regional Planning for APA's Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division interviews Stephanie Gidigbi, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the U.S. Department of Transportation

The Streetcar returns to Kansas City

Kyle Elliott, Division Manager from the Department of Long Range Planning & Preservation for Kansas City, and David Johnson, Vice Chair at the Kansas City Regional Transit Alliance, discuss the Kansas City streetcar project.

Building coastal resilience through capital improvements planning

Jim Schwab, AICP, APA's manager of the Hazards Planning Research Center interviews Jeffrey Payne, acting Director of NOAA's Office for Coastal Management and Chad Berginnis, Executive Director of the Association of State Floodplain Managers on the Regional Coastal Resilience program.

Plan4Health in Dane County, Wisconsin

Steve Steinhoff discusses Plan4Health and its role with the Capital Region Healthy Communities initiative in Dane County, Wisconsin.

Green Stormwater Infrastructure - AICP Symposium

In urban areas, stormwater presents major challenges for water quality. Runoff and combined sewer overflows result in impaired quality and degraded watersheds. Increasingly, green infrastructure approaches can treat and reduce discharge volumes and help mitigate flood risk, in addition to a range of environmental, social, and economic benefits. Learn from the experiences of Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia in adopting green stormwater management approaches.

Tuesdays at APA: Why Local Food Matters

Debra Tropp of the USDA outlines a recent effort to capture and quantify economic impacts of local food system investments.


Tuesdays at APA

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