Webinar Summary: As cities and regions assess priorities in the wake of the events of 2020, suburban areas are advancing ambitious multimodal transportation investments and initiatives to support public health, sustainability, and equitable community development. How are governments, developers, and others collaborating with residents to prioritize health in suburban community design? How is the coronavirus pandemic impacting the trajectory of transit investments and related community transformations? And how can cross-sector partnerships leverage transit to create walkable communities in formerly car-dominated places? Hear from experts who are moving beyond the suburban status quo and are at the vanguard of efforts to leverage transportation to catalyze and sustain healthy, equitable communities.
Flooding is the most expensive and common natural disaster in the United States, and managing flood risk is critical to protecting homes, local and regional economies, and community well-being. On Safer Ground: Floodplain Buyouts and Community Resili...
Wembley Park is a large-scale, mixed-use regeneration project surrounding London’s iconic Wembley Stadium. Quintain purchased the land in 2002, transformed the area that reshaped the iconic stadium and arena into a vibrant destination and neighborhoo...
The Urban Land Institute (ULI), the world’s oldest and largest network of cross-disciplinary real estate and land use experts, is introducing its inaugural New Real Estate Vanguard, made up of ten outstanding contributors to the European real estate ...