In response to multiple currents of change this year — the COVID crisis, racial justice movement, and an economic shutdown — cities have developed new methods to meet their responsibility to the public. In this workshop, hear case studies from four cities that pivoted a project or planning process, working quickly to launch new pilots or overhaul existing existing plans. Through panelist presentations, a facilitated Q&A, and small breakout groups, participants will learn about tactics for rapid implementation, iterative solutions, equitable community engagement, and measuring outcomes. Attendees will also define project success and failure and outline an approach to flexible planning and project delivery in the face of uncertainty.
– Have new information that explains mobility disruptions that have occurred during the COVID health crisis and national trends in how cities responded
– Have a list of tools used in quick response project delivery, pilot program development, and evaluation and monitoring
– Have a new framework for modifying current and future planning projects to imbed resiliency and flexibility
Friday, December 4
1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT
If you’re a full convening participant who has registered for this workshop, you can access the join link in your virtual event lobby.
Select recordings will be available to the public in January.
This workshop is eligible for 2 AICP CM credits.