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Mobile Workshop: Trails, TOCs, and Tech

Monday, April 20, 2015, 2:15pmThis workshop has a new date/time. A rails-to-trail corridor. A repurposed park-and-ride lot with mixed use housing. Conversion of a brownfield site to a new Google campus. See how they are connecting people, high-tech businesses, and transit users in shaping a transit-oriented contemporary community in the City of Kirkland. Three distinct, interrelated projects highlight connectivity among neighborhoods in this walkable city. Start at a recently completed Transit Oriented Development, walk 2 miles of the Cross Kirkland Corridor, and continue on to Google’s Kirkland campus. You’ll learn about: • How three separate but related projects are creating a connected community • What it takes to transform a surface park and ride lot to a mixed use housing development • How a converted rail line will serve as a catalyst for new uses and trail oriented development • Why a high-tech company chose to locate along the corridor and participate in enhancing it Transportation: Motorcoach, walking.


CM | 2.25

Mobile Workshop: A Regional Solution for Affordable Housing

Monday, April 20, 2015, 1:15pmVisit housing sites in Kirkland, Redmond, and Bellevue, among the Seattle area’s most expensive places to live. Find out how these cities and others are working through A Regional Coalition for Housing to achieve innovative solutions for affordable and special-needs housing. ARCH is a public agency formed by an agreement among 15 area cities and King County. It has been recognized by HUD as a model of cooperation. Projects chosen for the tour represent innovations in meeting housing needs. Transportation: Motorcoach, walking.


Designing Urban Corridors (PAS 418)

1989 Paperback
Urban corridors don't have to be disordered, ugly places. Learn how to create a sense of place out of a barren landscape of signs and strip development.


Parking and More (or Less) Parking

2015 Streaming Media
Hear about groundbreaking new research on multifamily residential, mixed use and on-street parking demand.


CM | 1.25

Growth Management Principles & Practices

1995 Paperback
This is the first book to both assess growth management principles and show how they relate to traditional, new, and emerging growth management practices. It demonstrates how planners shape communities while considering resources and future needs.


Atlanta’s Neighborhood Commercial Districts

Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 9:30amHistoric streetcar nodes lie at the heart of many Atlanta communities. These commercial districts put goods and services within walking distance of the surrounding residential neighborhoods. Atlanta’s zoning regulations and streetscape projects have protected historic commercial hubs and spurred their revitalization. Hear what’s working — and lessons learned — as the tour pulls into Piedmont Avenue at 10th Street in Midtown, upscale Virginia Highland, hip Little Five Points, and up-and-coming Kirkwood Village. Transportation: Motorcoach, walking.


CM | 3.0

What’s Up with Seattle-Area Planning Directors?

2015 Streaming Media
Hear what's working — and what's not — from some of Seattle's leading planning players.


CM | 1.25

Strategic Planning in Local Government

1992 Paperback
This book, the companion to Strategic Planning: Threats and Opportunities for Planners, reports the progress that planners have made in integrating strategic planning into the public sector.


In Motion

2012 Paperback
Even a trip to the mailbox can be a voyage of discovery. See travel in a new light with acclaimed author Tony Hiss.


Megapolitan America

2011 Hardcover
America is the land of wide open spaces. Or is it? Explore how the rise of megapolitan areas is changing the way we live.


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