Updated Daily: The Urban Issue Webinar/Streaming List

September 28, 2020

Updated: 10.25.2020

With all these conferences and sessions taking their talents online I thought it might be a good idea to list them.  If you have any ideas send them in to [email protected] or tweet @theoverheadwire. Click through to see them all…

Monday, October 26th

7pm ET/ 4pm PT: Evaluating public space quality to help unlock great places – New South Wales Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

 

Tuesday, October 27th

10am ET/ 7am PT – How Public Markets—the Original Incubator—Can Pump Life into Regional Food Economies and Forge Social Cohesion? – UN Habitat 

12.30pm ET/ 9.30am PT – Downtown Rebound: Forecast, Opportunities, and Best Practices for the 2020 Holiday Shopping Season – ULI

3.30pm ET/ 12.30pm PT – Ocean Beach: From Vision to Reality – SPUR

4.30pm ET/ 1.20pm PT –  Rethinking Public Space – 3 Revolutions

10pm ET/ 7pm PT – AFTERSHOCK: Looking back at 1918 for a view of Vancouver’s future – Vancouver City Planning Commission

 

Wednesday, October 28th

11am ET/ 8am PT – Voluntary Property Buyout Programs: An Evaluation of Best Practices – University of North Carolina

1pm ET/ 10am PT – Tools for Urban Survival: Can Cities Recover without Transportation? – Meeting of the Minds

1pm ET/ 10am PT – AVs for All: Why now is the time to talk about autonomous vehicles – University of Oregon

3.30pm ET/ 12.30pm PT – Creating a Bay Area Sales Tax Fairness Credit – SPUR

8pm ET/ 5pm PT – Phone Banking to Support Measure RR – SPUR

 

Thursday, October 29th

8am ET/ 5am PT – Towards compact, connected and clean cities in Mexico: the role of national transport policy – LSE

2pm ET/ 11am PT – Reduce, Relocate, Revitalize: The Expedia Group Story – Association for Commuter Transportation

3.30pm ET/ 12.30pm PT – Fast-Tracking Buses on the Bay Area’s Highways – SPUR

5pm ET/ 2pm PT – California’s Housing Agenda, with HCD Director Gustavo Velasquez – SPUR

 

Friday, October 30th

2.30 ET/ 11.30am PT – Case Studies of Travel Demand Analysis on Transport Disadvantaged Communities – Portland State University

 

November 5th – 6th 

NC BikeWalk Summit

The Future of Law and Transportation – University of Iowa College of Law

 

Friday, November 6th

2.30 ET/ 11.30am PT – At the Intersection of Safety + Race + Transportation – Portland State University

 

Tuesday, November 10th

1pm ET/ 10am PT – Bus Stops: Access and Equity – National Institute for Transportation and Communities

 

Thursday, November 12th

8am ET/ 5am PT – Urban governance in Addis Ababa – LSE

 

Friday, November 13th

2.30 ET/ 11.30am PT – Curating Equitable Transportation – Portland State University

 

November 16th – 19th

A Global Town Hall – Bloomberg

 

Thursday, November 19th

2pm ET/ 11am PT – Paving the Way – Smart and Multifunctional Pavements – Transportation Research Board

 

Friday, November 13th

2.30 ET/ 11.30am PT – Racial Disparities in Traffic Enforcement – Portland State University

 

Thursday, November 26th

8am ET/ 5am PT – StoryMapping: Johannesburg’s Toxic Atmospheres – LSE

 

December 2nd – 10th

NACTO’s Designing Cities 2020: Virtual Convening

 

Friday, December 4th

2.30 ET/ 11.30am PT – Winning the Fight for Better Bus Service – Portland State University

 

Thursday, December 10th

8am ET/ 5am PT – Towards a flood resilient future – LSE

 

Friday, December 11th

1pm ET/ 10am PT – Land Use and Transportation Policies for a Sustainable Future – National Institute for Transportation and Communities

 

Tuesday, January 19th

1pm ET/ 10am PT – Transportation Benefits of Polycentric Urban Form – National Institute for Transportation and Communities


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