Land Use, Mobility and Technology in Urban America

Date(s) - Mar 9, 2018
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Cities at different stages of development all grapple with managing the traditional challenges of housing, transportation, infrastructure financing, and environmental sustainability. These complexities are further compounded by rapidly changing modes of operation, new and disruptive technologies and changing expectations and demands from citizens and business. What innovations are taking place in cities these days, and how can government, business and non-profit leaders utilize this wave of change to shape a quality of life that is improved and not compromised? How can they work together vs. at cross purposes? Gabe Klein, co-founder of CityFi, an advisory services firm, as well as the former Commissioner of the Chicago and Washington D.C Departments of Transportation, will discuss the larger macro trends in society, address process innovation and governance, and talk about how city leaders are re-organizing their urban systems to be synergistic vs. at odds with one another and the cities goals. High return public-private partnerships, active transportation, and enhanced public space projects all play a role in the ideal city of the future.

CM 1.5 Credits

Speaker: Gabe Klein

Sponsored by APA’s Transportation Planning Division.

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