Wednesday, 10:45a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Throughout the country, suburban arterials and corridors– characterized by massive parking lots, a plethora of big signs, underperforming buildings and a total dependence on automobiles for access and circulation– add ugliness, danger, and pollution to the metropolitan landscape. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Learn how three communities are turning suburban corridors around, creating human-scaled places with mixed-use development and 21st century infrastructure.
Edward T. McMahon
Senior Resident Fellow – Charles E. Fraser Chair for Sustainable Development, ULI-the Urban Land Institute
Director of Community Services (Planning and Zoning), City of Carmel, Indiana
Executive Director, Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization
Deputy Director, Planning and Development Department, City of Detroit