Tuesday, March 31 | 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Palm Beach TPA – 310 Datura Street – West Palm Beach, FL 33401
The ability of cities to adapt and respond to the challenges of climate change, economic development, and social inclusion will depend on how well we create urban centers, not just suburbs. Join us for a half-day workshop on the latest transportation strategies and technologies with global and local experts.
A G E N D A
8:30 – 8:45 am Welcome and Introductions
8:45 – 9:30 am Trackless Trams as a Transformative Technology – Mike Mouritz
9:30 – 10:15 am High-Intensity Corridors and Transit-Oriented Development – John Renne
10:15 – 11:00 am Multi-Modal Development in Palm Beach County – Valerie Neilson
11:00 – 12:15 pm Working Group Breakout Sessions & Next Steps
On Monday, January 14, 2019, in cooperation with Smart Growth America and the Form-Based Codes Institute, and sponsorships from the Abacoa Partnership for Community and the Congress for the New Urbanism – Florida, Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council offered a Form-Based Code 101 course to planning and related professionals. Marketing partners included the Treasure Coast APA, Palm Beach County Planning Congress, and CUES.
The Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions (CUES) is dedicated to helping communities and decision makers resolve urban and environmental issues through partnerships, education, and research throughout Florida and beyond. The Center works with policy-makers and the public in their pursuit of options for managing growth while preserving natural systems, promoting a strong economy and planning livable communities. Their broad constituency – consisting of local governments, state agencies, civic and business groups, academics, students, and professionals – supports, motivates, and benefits from the Center’s activities.
CUES is housed in the School of Urban & Regional Planning within the College of Design and Social Inquiry (CDSI). The Center works closely with undergraduate and graduate programs at CDSI and FAU’s School of Architecture, as well as with the Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES) and other centers.
CUES was established July I, 1972 by Dr. John M. DeGrove, under the original name of the Joint Center for Environmental and Urban Problems (Joint Center). The name was changed in 2002 to more accurately identify the shift of the Center from focusing on problems to implementable solutions. Read CUES’s Joint Center Summary Report 1983-1987