Satisfying Streets

Washington, DC (February 8, 2008)- Moving people, carrying freight, creating urbanism, managing stormwater, greening the city, stimulating revitalization… the list goes on and on. Designing, building, and managing streets to satisfy an expanding set of demands is a great city building challenge. This session presents concepts, examples and strategies for urban streets that satisfy mobility requirements, the sustainability agenda, the preferences of homebuyers, and the evolving requirements of municipal authorities.

Ellen Greenberg, AICP, Principal, Greenberg and Associates
Tony Druett, Director, Development and Engineering, Canada Lands Company CLC Limited
Clark Wilson, Urban Designer, U.S. EPA
About New Partners for Smart Growth
The 2008 New Partners for Smart Growth Conference in Washington, DC, hosted attendance of more than 1300 people from across the country for three full days of presentations, discussions, and information sharing. The conference was produced by the Local Government Commission (LGC), with support from a very impressive and multi-disciplinary group of partners and sponsoring organizations, agencies and companies.
Related Resources:
7th Annual New Partners for Smart Growth: Building Safe, Healthy, and Livable Communities