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Get up to speed on best practices with online courses for individual study. Topics in this convenient and cost-effective format include planning law, ethics, health policy, and transportation.

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2017 National Planning Conference Session Recordings

Recordings of more than 170 sessions from NPC17 in New York City are now available from APA's On-Demand Education.

The NPC17 recordings are generously sponsored by WSP USA.

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Complimentary Plenary Recording from Sidewalk Labs

Don't miss your chance to hear from Rohit Aggarwala of Sidewalk Labs on how technology will impact cities of the future.

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2016 Policy and Advocacy Conference Session Recordings

Recordings of 10 sessions from the 2016 Policy and Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C., are available from APA's On-Demand Education. Speakers include HUD Secretary Julian Castro, Mara Liason, Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, Janette Sadik-Kahn, and more.

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  • 2017 Planning Law Review

    The U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts, and state courts all play an important role in shaping planning throughout the country. This annual review delves into the important cases, the decisions that were made — or not made — and how this will affect planning at many levels.
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    $80.00
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    $68.00
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    $300.00
    • John Baker
    • John Echeverria
    • Deborah Rosenthal, FAICP
    • Patricia Salkin
    • Robert Thomas
    • Nancy Stroud, FAICP
    #9130408
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Priorities and Strategies for City Design

    How can design address the many challenges that cities face? Planners and designers from New York, San Francisco, and Seattle will share the latest efforts in their cities to promote design thinking while engaging larger issues of equity and sustainability.
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    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Neil Hrushowy
    • Michael Jenkins
    • Justin Moore, AICP
    • Ethel Sheffer, FAICP
    #9126451
    CM | 1.25
  • Ordinances: Best Practices to Follow, Pitfalls to Avoid

    This session is a multi-state perspective on good drafting techniques, the common pitfalls that lead to unclear ordinances, and legal and judicial perspectives on the results.   This session will examine why drafting individual ordinances, “simplifying” or “streamlining” ordinances, or combining them into a unified code, all need to be done with care.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Kimberley Mickelson, AICP
    • David Silverman, AICP
    • Susan Trevarthen, FAICP
    #9126546
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Hudson Yards: New York's Newest Neighborhood

    In 2005, NYC rezoned the west side of Manhattan to accommodate a city the size of Downtown Boston. Now designed as the first post-digital community in the nation, Hudson Yards is harnessing the power of data in order to create a community embedded within the creative economy central to today’s American cities. Learn how New York City built an entire neighborhood from scratch.
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Mark Strieter
    • Frank Ruchala
    • Michael Samuelian, AICP
    #9126507
    CM | 1.25
  • Bettman: Taking Flight with Drones: Uses in Planning and Issues of Regulation

    Drones offer great opportunities for the development of geographic information in support of planning, but they also endanger public safety, and raise grave issues about the invasion of civil rights, including illegal searches and privacy.
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Ann Gergen
    • Jordan Petersen
    • Sezen Jones
    • David McGuire, Esq.
    #9126544
    CM | 1.50
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  • Facing Challenges of Sea Level Rise

    Planners nationwide are dealing with the reality of sea level rise brought on by climate change. This discussion will allow planners to share their experiences dealing with the impact of sea level rise on their communities and the profession.
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    $80.00
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • James Schwab, FAICP
    • Joseph DeAngelis
    #9126557
    CM | 1.25
  • Ethics: Navigating the Grey Matter

    Navigating the murky waters of “right vs. wrong” gets easier with experience and regular discussion. This session will provide a fun-filled refresher on the importance of the AICP Code of Ethics, with deeper consideration of potential ethical issues in planning.
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Tareq Wafaie, AICP
    • Abram Barge, AICP
    • Erica Heller, AICP
    #9126538
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50
  • Empowering Planners to Lead: An EPIC Approach

    An innovative city-university partnership, Educational Partnerships for Innovation in Communities (EPIC), helps cities address projects at an impactful scale. Discover how EPIC programs are advancing leadership in planning and putting knowledge into practice.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Megan Banks
    • Michael Greco, AICP
    • Robert Richardson, AICP
    #9126375
    CM | 1.25
  • Igniting and Guiding Transformative Development

    Transformative redevelopment can remain elusive for decades—then run wild. Learn how two former centers of heavy industry are working to spark large-scale physical and economic change, and guide it toward more equitable outcomes.
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    $68.00
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    • Shannon Calluori
    • Ben Carlson
    • Dean Mack
    #9126481
    CM | 1.25
  • Implementing Comprehensive Planning – Crescent Park

    How do you implement brownfield redevelopment, transit-oriented design and resiliency planning? By implementing complex planning strategies to address a variety of planning issues with input from key stakeholders and experts throughout all phases of the planning process. Learn about project goals and implementation strategies of the Crescent Park redevelopment project in Jersey City.
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    $68.00
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    • Charles Heydt, AICP
    • Edward Kolling, AICP
    • Jay Valgora, AICP
    • Ben Delisle
    • Jeff Reeves
    #9126387
    CM | 1.25
  • Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard

    So many plans, so little consistency! Discover how to spatially evaluate (and score) networks of plans to decrease vulnerabilities to hazards. Learn from research and practice through case studies that illuminate gaps and opportunities to integrate resiliency.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Philip Berke
    • Jaimie Masterson, AICP
    • Darrin Punchard, AICP
    • J. Barry Hokanson, AICP
    #9126498
    CM | 1.25
  • Water for Our Cities: A Collaborative Approach

    The water issues face by communities—whether cities, suburbs, or rural areas—are quite similar despite scale. New York, Seattle, and San Francisco (all of which have unfiltered water supplies) have a tradition of collaborating in the field of watershed planning. Learn about the synergy achieved by this collaboration.
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    $68.00
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    • Suzanne Flagor
    • Timothy Ramirez
    • Ira Stern
    #9126530
    CM | 1.25
  • The Resiliency of NYC Supply Chains

    Attendees will learn about three supply chain studies (Food, Fuel and General Supply Chain Infrastructure) that have been recently completed, giving NYC government officials a comprehensive look at how goods move in and around the city.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Andrew Genn
    • Sandra Rothbard, AICP
    • Susanne DesRoches
    • Julie Stein, AICP
    #9126523
    CM | 1.25
  • Planning for a Clean Energy Future

    Explore new data on energy use in every U.S. city, see a real time analysis of an audience member city’s energy planning options, and learn from cities with award-winning strategies to integrate energy data in decision making and planning.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Eric O'Shaughnessy
    • Alisa Kane
    • Megan Day, AICP
    • Mike Steinhoff
    #9126529
    CM | 1.25
  • Fast, Funny, or Passionate 1

    These brisk, 7-minute presentations can be serious, funny, and creative. When planners start musing, you may be surprised by what they say.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Peg Hough, AICP
    • Guneet Anand
    • Lisa Bourbonnais
    • Katie Dix
    • Linda Dottor, AICP
    • Blake Esselstyn, AICP
    • Wayne Hausser, AICP
    • Eri Suzuki
    #9126627
    CM | 1.25
  • Equity and Affordability with Housing Cooperatives

    Housing cooperatives are an important resource for equitable and affordable housing. Attendees will learn about how co-ops can address a variety of housing needs, such as developing below-market housing units; preserving the existing affordable housing inventory; creating new, high-quality, senior housing; and providing alternatives to renting.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Andrew Reicher
    • Kathleen McMahon, AICP
    • Deborah Myerson, AICP
    • Dennis Johnson
    #9126630
    CM | 1.25
  • Equitable Development: Planning to Overcome Injustice

    Equitable development is sustainable development. Learn how to calibrate your place-based planning efforts to meet the needs of underserved communities more effectively and enhance other planning outcomes.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Nora Liu
    • Brentin Mock
    • Harold Mitchell
    • Carlton Eley
    #9126377
    CM | 1.25
  • Alternatives to Eminent Domain

    More than a decade has passed since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Kelo vs. City of New London. How has political and legal hostility to eminent domain caused planners to pursue avenues not dependent on involuntary acquisitions? Explore the ways the public and legislative responses have affected the strategies remaining for planners.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Frank Schnidman
    • Dana Berliner
    • John Baker
    #9126541
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Leveraging Big Data for Planning: Towards Open and Frugal Solutions

    Explore an overview of opportunities to leverage big data in various aspects of planning. Learn how advances in technology and the democratization of technical knowledge opens up new modes of creating technical solutions.
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Kevin Desouza
    #9126625
    CM | 1.25
  • P3s for Appealing, Affordable Housing

    Together the public and private sectors—aided by robust local and state housing policies—have creatively tackled the need for more affordable housing in small and large communities alike. Learn more about these appealing and attainable communities, featured in a new publication from the National Association of Home Builders.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Deborah Myerson, AICP
    • Betsy Crum
    • Pamela Hefner
    #9126372
    CM | 1.25
  • It Takes a City: Collaborative Climate Action Planning

    This year, 533 global cities disclosed climate change-related data through CDP’s cities program. This session will share the analysis from this data to see where and how cities are collaborating on climate action with non-state actors (such as state governments and businesses), and where the potential exists to deepen and broaden this collaboration.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • John Lee
    • Jairo Garcia
    • Bronwyn Cooke
    • Katherine Walsh
    #9126386
    CM | 1.25
  • Sustainable Economic Development in the Mid-Hudson Region

    The panel will discuss in detail the efforts of four cities to achieve sustainable economic development working as part of a 14-community consortium to identify revitalization issues and develop best practices to address them. Each of the four case studies deals with a key aspect of sustainable economic development and illustrates how they have succeeded.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Jean Friedman, AICP
    • Anthony Molé, Esq.
    • Noam Bramson
    • John Nolon
    #9126524
    CM | 1.25
  • Jersey City: America’s Greatest Comeback Story

    Jersey City has come a long way from its days as the railhead of the nation. With almost 400 years of history, this place boasts many layers and stories and will soon be New Jersey's largest city. Hear this fascinating urban success story, as told by its planning director of more than a quarter of a century, and learn how to apply its lessons to your community.
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Robert Cotter, FAICP
    #9126547
    CM | 1.25
  • Real Estate Law for Planners

    Is it an easement or a fee interest? Dedication or conveyance? Planners’ work is closely intertwined with interests in land. This session offers an overview of everything a planner wants to know about real estate law.
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Brian Connolly
    • Evan Seeman
    • Brian Smith
    • David Silverman, AICP
    #9126621
    CM | 2.50
    L | 2.50
  • Hot Planning Topics for Planning Commissioners

    Examine current trends and hot topics in planning, and gain insight that will give you a cutting-edge perspective of the world of planning. This workshop will cover a wide range of topics important to the work of planning commissioners and officials.
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    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Stan Archie
    • Jennifer Henaghan, AICP
    • William Anderson, FAICP
    #9126496
    CM | 1.25
  • Comparing (and Perfecting) Models for Sustainability

    Four Northeastern states have taken the lead in supporting sustainability initiatives pursued by local governments. While the initiatives vary by state, common elements have emerged. This session examines state and regional data sources and planning tools that have helped local governments work toward a more sustainable future.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Dazzle Ekblad
    • Alicia Hunt
    • Randall Solomon
    • Christine Kane
    #9126390
    CM | 1.25
  • Place-Based Power: Communities and Utilities

    In the context of increasing poverty rates, the moral and economic urgency of addressing climate change, and demonstrated commitments to energy efficiency by municipalities and utilities, this session proposes a new framework for energy planning in which cities, utilities, and partners work together to meet communities’ unique needs.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Jennifer Edwards
    • Belinda Wordlaw, AICP
    #9126528
    CM | 1.25
  • APA Leadership and Your Career

    Involvement in APA leadership can be a great way to jump start, or substantially build up, your network of contacts in the profession; and to build your own communications and leadership skills which employers highly value. Hear from experienced leaders who have participated in activities in all APA's components.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Lauren Driscoll, AICP
    • Neal Stone, AICP
    • Carol Rhea, FAICP
    • Megan Cummings, AICP
    #9126316
  • NGOs and Urban Planning in Developing Countries

    Cities in the developing world are struggling to address rapid population growth and major challenges from climate change. Explore how American non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have helped these cities upgrade infrastructure, improve housing, and protect the environment.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Marc Lewis-Degrace, AICP
    • Hirano Seki
    • David Grossman
    • Brian English
    #9126379
    CM | 1.25
  • Driverless Cars: Changing How You Plan

    Autonomous vehicles—or driverless cars—are coming, and faster than you think. They will change the way we think about land-use needs, residential preferences, parking management, workspace needs, and myriad of other planning topics. This session will help you prepare for those changes.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Shannon McDonald
    • Zabe Bent
    • Donald Elliott, FAICP
    #9126417
    CM | 1.25
  • After the Inventory: Activating Urban Forests

    Travel beyond street tree inventories and explore three catalytic programs working to activate urban forests through ecology, design, and civic participation. This lively session will highlight complementary and contrasting initiatives in Baltimore, Detroit, and New York.
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    $68.00
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    • Erin Kelly
    • Helen Forgione
    • Miriam Avins
    #9126485
    CM | 1.25
  • Community Safety: Its Simplicity and Complexity

    In spite of progressive policies and increased cultural sensitivity, generally, homophobia and violence against LGBTQ community persists. A general tenet of community planning is to promote the health, safety and welfare of a community, and a specific mission of several APA National Divisions is to provide a voice to the issues that minority and disenfranchised populations face.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • James Rojas
    • Cade Hobbick, AICP
    • Jennifer Roberton
    • Bill Torres
    #9126548
    CM | 1.25
  • Learning from Don Draper: Presentation Skills

    Don Draper was a master of the pitch - from selling Lucky cigarettes to Kodak’s carousel. In today’s fast paced, media-centric world, presentation skills are critical for success. Learn seven tips from the field of advertising to perfect your pitch.
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Georgia Sheridan, AICP
    • Shannon Davis
    #9126311
    CM | 1.25
  • Identity Crisis: City or Suburb?

    Explore the complications of planning for downtown revitalization in inner ring cities facing the challenge of establishing their own identity after being thought of as suburbs and bedroom communities for many years.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Thomas Roach
    • Christopher Gomez, AICP
    • Noam Bramson
    • William Wheeler
    #9126478
    CM | 1.25
  • BQX: A Streetcar Vision for NYC

    NYC's Economic Development Corporation and Transportation Department have teamed together to implement the ambitious BQX streetcar plan for the Brooklyn-Queens waterfront. Discover how these agencies are taking bold steps to prioritize surface transit in ways rarely seen in the United States.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Adam Giambrone
    • Seth Ullman
    • Aaron Sugiura
    #9126443
    CM | 1.25
  • MultiModal Level-of-Service: Expectations and Standards

    Traditional level-of-service (LOS) standards ensure that intersections have the capacity to accommodate vehicle demand. Explore LOS as it evolves to include metrics and standards for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders, in the short-term and for long-range planning.
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    $68.00
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    • Eric Graye, AICP
    • Chris Breiland
    • Jessica Garrow, AICP
    • Kevin McDonald, AICP
    #9126436
    CM | 1.25
  • Planning Post Graduate School

    Graduates from the University of Nebraska will facilitate a lighthearted conversation about the planning profession from very different facets of professionalism.
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    $68.00
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    • David Loveland
    • Kurt Elder, AICP
    • Tracy Steinkruger
    #9126617
    CM | 1.25
  • Ethics Case of the Year

    This year's Case of the Year includes real-life case studies. Following a brief introduction of recent news regarding planning ethics, the panelists will review up to eight distinctive ethical scenarios, posing questions for the audience to answer, and discussing the issues that are raised.
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    $68.00
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    • Denise Harris, AICP
    • James Peters, FAICP
    • Lee Brown, FAICP
    #9126537
    CM | 1.50
    E | 1.50
  • The Reality of Planning for Retail

    When planners designate retail uses without considering the economic and operational requirements needed for success, the result can be empty space and stakeholder disappointment. This panel will focus on what is essential for retail plans to become a reality.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    • Israel Cronk
    • Paul Teti
    • Steve Dwoskin
    • Kate Coburn
    • Deborah Lawlor, FAICP
    #9126520
    CM | 1.25
  • Design for Density

    Development density has become an instrumental factor in shaping more livable, transit-supportive, sustainable communities. However, not all density is created equal. Learn specific design tools and strategies to achieve dense development that advances community goals and aspirations.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Nathan Nagai
    • Amit Price Patel, AICP
    • Adrianne Steichen
    • Allison Albericci, AICP
    #9126450
    CM | 1.25
  • Trajectory for Livable and Sustainable Regions

    Over the past 15 years, the United States has made strides in creating more urban, livable, and sustainable communities. Has this progress become the new normal for advancing urban places? Or have the impacts been marginal in larger national growth patterns? This session examines and evaluates the accomplishments of regional livable communities programs.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Mark VanderSchaaf
    • Daniel Reuter, FAICP
    • Christa Daniels, AICP
    • Eric Hove
    #9126355
    CM | 1.25
  • Resilient Cities: Going from 100 to 10,000

    Making a single city more resilient is hard enough work. And then we start over with the next community. It doesn't have to be that way. Explore how states are scaling transformation to turn single steps into a completed journey, moving from 100 resilient cities to 10,000.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Randall Solomon
    • Dazzle Ekblad
    • Brian Ross, AICP
    #9126397
    CM | 1.25
  • A Call to Action for Healthy Communities

    Popular sound bites announce that "our zip code matters more than our genetic code" or "workplace stress is the new secondhand smoke," but what does that mean for planners? Collaboration is key – hear from partners from other design professions and health who work alongside planners in creating healthy communities.
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    $68.00
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    • Kelly Worden
    • Shawn Balon
    • Kate Robb
    • Matthew Welker
    • Anna Ricklin, AICP
    • Chris Kochtitzky
    #9126339
    CM | 1.25
  • The Comp Plan's Done...Now What?

    Explore three comprehensive plans developed in large and small communities and how they were incorporated into their Land Use Codes. Discover challenges and opportunities and lessons learned for implementation of aspirational plans into zoning codes and city policies that reflect the community’s will and vision for the future.
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    $68.00
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    • Rebecca Leonard, FAICP
    • Anna Laybourn, AICP
    • Jessica Garrow, AICP
    • Justin Barker, AICP
    #9126500
    CM | 1.25
  • Creative Placemaking from the Community Up

    Explore creative placemaking from the community up, grounded in values fostering belonging, equity, racial justice, and inclusion. We will share local case studies from diverse urban and rural contexts, tools and resources, and creative participatory planning and community engagement practices.
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    $68.00
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    • Karen Mack
    • Judi Jennings
    • Damon Rich, AICP
    • Caron Atlas
    • Jeremy Liu
    #9126304
    CM | 1.25
  • Sign Regulation after Reed vs. Gilbert

    Lower federal courts have overwhelmingly held that cities can continue to regulate off-premise signs and commercial signs following Reed vs. Town of Gilbert. But there are significant new challenges to sign and other local regulations of First Amendment-protected speech. Explore strategies and tactics for defensible and practical sign regulation in the post-Reed era.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Susan Trevarthen, FAICP
    • John Baker
    #9126543
    CM | 1.50
    L | 1.50
  • Reinventing Urban Infrastructure: Innovative Design Solutions

    Abandoned, underutilized spaces—products of urban post-industrialism and rapidly evolving technologies—provide fertile ground for innovative designs and planning. Learn how radical approaches to reinventing infrastructure can help you address increasing urban density proactively and successfully.
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    $300.00
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    $68.00
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    $0.00
    • Julian Adams
    • Jeffrey Shumaker, AICP
    • Regina Myer
    • Annisia Cialone, AICP
    #9126454
    CM | 1.25
  • Trail Tales: From Adversary to Partner

    Explore how the National Park Service and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association—once at odds—are now partnering to advance a bold new regional trails vision. Learn how changes in user demand have shifted attitudes and revealed new approaches to resource management and advocacy.
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Gregory Billing
    • Tammy Stidham
    • Alan Harwood
    • Andrea Sweigart, AICP
    #9126422
    CM | 1.25
  • Zoning for Small Urban Lots

    Developing small lots helps curb sprawl and promote sustainable regional growth. Explore how considering design, site layout, and context facilitates the redevelopment of these sites. Case studies from inner-city communities, redeveloping seashore towns, and established neighborhoods will demonstrate best practices.
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Carlos Rodrigues, FAICP
    • Michele Alonso, AICP
    • Alexander Dambach, AICP
    #9126466
    CM | 1.25
  • Planning and Urban Water Management

    What tools and strategies should you be using to integrate land-use planning and urban water management in your community? This session will present the results of two recent groundbreaking studies on this topic. Case examples from both studies will showcase project-specific best practices.
    List Price
    $80.00
    Group viewing
    $300.00
    APA member
    $68.00
    NPC17 attendee
    $0.00
    • Philip Stoker
    • William Cesanek, AICP
    • Shelby Sommer, AICP
    • Becky Fedak
    #9126385
    CM | 1.25

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