Free Webinar: Facilitating Historic Preservation through Transit-Oriented Development
Friday, October 14, 2016
Posted by: April Banta
Attend the release of a new Guide to Facilitate Historic Preservation through Transit-Oriented Development. Watch Overview Video
Speakers include the project’s research investigators as well notable developers who are leaders in historic preservation in infill Transit Oriented Development. This webinar will provide useful tools for transportation planners, historic preservationists and anyone interested in this topic.
Thursday, October 20, 2016
2 pm Eastern / 1 pm Central / 12 pm Mountain / 11 am Pacific (2 hours duration)
- John L. Renne, Ph.D., AICP, Florida Atlantic University
- David Listokin, Ph.D., Rutgers University
- James Amdal, University of New Orleans
- Marcel Wisznia, Wisznia Architecture + Development
- Pres Kabacoff, HRI Properties
Moderator: John L. Renne
NEW Guide to Facilitate Historic Preservation through Transit-Oriented Development
Full Project Report
In recent years, there has been much research on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the United States and abroad. There has been decades of study of historic preservation, both in the United States and internationally. Yet the intersection of TOD and historic preservation has received scant attention. This project cross-references data on TOD and historic preservation, examines case studies of where TOD and historic preservation intersect and recommends policy and tools for preservation in TODs.
Please pre-register for the conference – free registration.
Hosted by TRB Transportation and Land Development Committee (ADD30) Webinar