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Land Use and Transportation: Planning for Sustainable Outcomes

North America’s cities are booming— attracting ever-larger populations, millions of the world’s most dynamic jobs, as well as increased traffic, ever-increasing sprawl past city limits, and frustrated residents who see cities’ increased opportunities out of reach because of untenable commutes or insurmountable housing costs.

Land use and transportation are inextricably linked, and it’s a more complicated relationship than simply adding housing near transit or building bus lines that connect job and population centers. In this session, join us for a frank and honest conversation about how to change the land use equation when we’re not always in the driver’s seat. Hear how transportation practitioners are gaining a seat at the table, and influencing the thorny debate about distributing and reallocating the limited space we have in our cities.