ULI Infrastructure Update: Latest News, Events, and Reports

Infrastructure 2013

Recent Infrastructure Blog Posts and Urban Land Articles

Report Round Up: Special Transit Edition. Sarah Jo Peterson reviews the latest reports on transit, including a new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report on transit-oriented development financing.

Human Transit: Interview with Jarrett Walker. In this post, Sarah Jo Peterson talks with Jarrett Walker about the power of frequent network maps and other topics.

Making the Most of the O’Hare International Airport Modernization ProjectRead highlights from an event hosted by ULI Chicago exploring “game-changing” infrastructure investments in and around Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.

Parking: It’s Not Just About Where to Store Cars. Read highlights from a recent webinar, hosted by the ULI Rose Center for Public Leadership with speakers from the Green Parking Council and the city of Sacramento, on innovative approaches to parking.

Bus or RailRobert Dunphy explores the implications of recent elections for transit.

Can’t Miss Events

Discuss infrastructure issues with other leading practitioners and policy makers at the following upcoming ULI events:

Conference: Housing Opportunity 2013. Sessions at the Terwilliger Center for Housing event, to be held from March 20 to 22 in Seattle, Washington, will explore the intersection between infrastructure, housing, and mixed-use development. Act fast! Online registration closes on March 15.

ULI Spring Meeting. Be the first to hear highlights from the 2013 global infrastructure report and the new ULI housing and transportation demographic survey, which are both being released at ULI’s exclusive, members-only 2013 Spring Meeting in San Diego, California, in mid-May. As a nonmember, your registration includes one year of membership.

New and Upcoming Reports

Shifting Suburbs: Reinventing Infrastructure for Compact Development, which examines the infrastructure approaches taken by eight U.S. suburban redevelopment projects, has been extensively shared, linked to, and tweeted since its release. These social media activities demonstrate the resonance of the report’s themes. See what the buzz is about here.

Infrastructure 2013: Global Priorities, Global Insights COMING SOON! The seventh annual ULI/Ernst & Young global infrastructure report will put a wealth of up-to-date information on the latest infrastructure investment trends, challenges, and innovations at your fingertips. The report will be released at ULI’s Spring Meeting in mid-May. Learn more here.

Infrastructure 2012: Spotlight on Leadership. It’s not too late to get copies of the 2012 ULI/Ernst & Young infrastructure report, Infrastructure 2012: Spotlight on LeadershipLearn more here.

Shifting Suburbs:
Reinventing Infrastructure
for Compact Development

 

 

 

 

Infrastructure 2013:
Global Priorities, Global Insights

 

 

 

 

Infrastructure 2012:
Spotlight on Leadership

 

 

 

 

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The ULI Infrastructure Update is a regular review of infrastructure and transportation issues and ULI activities for ULI members and partners.

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