Advisory Services Panel—Vancouver, British Columbia

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he ULI panelists were asked to provide strategic advice about implementing transit enhancements along the Broadway Corridor – a key east-west 13km connector and business hub – and suggest best practices that TransLink, the regional transit authority and the City of Vancouver should consider as the planning initiative progresses. …
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Advisory Services Panel—Raleigh–Durham International Airport (RDU), North Carolina

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ULI was asked by the Raleigh–Durham Airport Authority to address land owned by the Airport that is not designated or may be required for future aeronautical purposes in a manner that benefits the Research Triangle Region and to identify additional long-term revenue to the Airport Authority that complements the operation of the Airport….
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Building Healthy Places: Unlocking the Value Conference: Resources Now Available

Attendees of the ULI Building Healthy Places Conference were encouraged to use stairs instead of elevators.

On February 20-21, 2014, ULI convened its first-ever Building Healthy Places Conference. About 300 people gathered in Los Angeles to discuss the next big ideas in driving innovation and connecting real estate and health. Session summaries and presentations from events are available now!…
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Rose Center Q&A With The Honorable Pedro Segarra, 2012–2013 Daniel Rose Fellow

Mayor Pedro Segarra (right) speaking to other Daniel Rose Fellows about Hartford's land use challenge during the Rose Center's working meeting at the ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago. (pictured with Hartford Daniel Rose Fellows left to right:  Brandon McGee, Representative, Connecticut State Assembly and Steven Bonafonte, Chair, Hartford Redevelopment Agency)

The process by which mayors are selected does not necessarily ensure that mayors have any planning experience or architectural experience. Mayors tend to be more focused on political skills. It would be a real game-changer if more mayors were able to have access to more in-depth experience in land use planning.

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