ULI Colorado - Ahead of the Curb: Addressing Climate Change through Parking & Curb Management

When

2021-05-20
2021-05-20T15:00:00 - 2021-05-20T17:00:00
America/Denver

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    Where

    Zoom
    "A combination of unprecedented growth and development in Denver, changing travel preferences, and new technology-enabled transportation options is changing how Denverites use our streets and curb space. For the city to remain an attractive place to live, work, visit and do business, Denver must utilize its space in a way that maximizes safety and access while helping to meet mobility and sustainability goals.” (Excerpt from 2019 ULI Colorado Technical Advisory Report, City of Denver’s American Cities Climate Challenge)

    Please join us for a virtual program to explore best practices in parking and curb management featuring subject experts from Denver and other cities to discuss:

    • Key recommendations from ULI Colorado’s 2019 American Cities Climate Challenge TAP Report
    • Reducing parking requirements and managing curb space effectively
    • Strategies to reduce single-occupancy vehicle commuting
    • Incentivizing use of public transit and greater housing affordability
    • Meeting Colorado’s climate goals and reducing greenhouse gas emissions
     
     
    Program Agenda:
     
    3:30 pm: ULI Colorado Welcome
     
    3:35 pm: Opening Remarks  
    Jordan Block, Urban Design Lead, HDR (Program Moderator)
     
    3:40 – 4 pm: Best Practices in Parking & Curb Management, Overview of Key Recommendations from ULI TAP
    Lauren Mattern, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard  
     
    4 pm – 5 pm: Panel discussion and Q&A with local and national subject experts. Speakers include:
    Jeremiah Simpson, Parking & Mobility Planner, Kimley-Horn
    Chad Holtzinger, President, Shopworks Architecture
    Mallory Baker, Consultant, Walker Consultants  
    Mary Catherine Snyder, Parking Strategic Advisor, City of Seattle
     
    5 pm: Closing
     
     

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