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ULI Idaho – Turning Transportation Vision Into Reality

May 30, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Galaxy Event Center
1385 S. Blue Marlin Lane
Meridian, ID 83642 United States
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Alexandra Monjar


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image: State Street TOD rendering by Moore Iacofano Goltsman, Inc. courtesy of Valley Regional Transit

The mobility revolution–driven by emerging technology and shifting preferences–is reshaping our cities. Places that offer choice in how we move within, to, and from them will have a competitive advantage. Transportation oriented development (TOD) aligns land use with transportation infrastructure and planning to enhance economic development, quality of life and health outcomes.

Join ULI Idaho in a discussion with University of Utah Professor and Director of the Metropolitan Research Center, Reid Ewing, and a panel of local experts and leaders on the present and future opportunities for TOD in the Treasure Valley.

This event is part of the Let’s Talk Transportation series hosted by ACHD Commuteride, COMPASS, WTS, ULI Idaho and City Club.


8:00 am — Registration, buffet breakfast and networking
8:15 am — Welcome and introductions
8:25 am — Keynote presentation from Reid Ewing, Ph.D., University of Utah
8:45 am — Panel presentations moderated by Richard Hall, Stoel Rives
9:25 am — Moderated questions and audience Q&A
10:00 am — Close

Keynote Speaker: Reid Ewing, Ph.D.

Reid Ewing, Ph.D., is Distinguished Professor of City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah, Distinguished Research Chair for Resilient Places, associate editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association, and columnist for Planning magazine. He holds master’s degrees in Engineering and City Planning from Harvard University, and a Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Transportation Systems from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has published several books and peer reviewed articles. A recent citation analysis by Virginia Tech found that Ewing, with 20,600 citations, is the 6th most highly cited among 1,100 planning academics in the U.S. and Canada.


Carl Miller, COMPASS
Stephen Hunt, Valley Regional Transit
David Turnbull, Brighton Corporation
Angie Gribble, St. Luke’s
Jerry Walters, Fehr & Peers


Member: $35 / non-member: $50
Public industry member: $30 / non-member: $40
Under 35 member: $25 / non-member: $35
Student member: $20 / non-member: $30
Retired: $25






Interested in becoming a sponsor for this event? Contact Alexandra Monjar at idaho@uli.org or 208-473-6530.

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