Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Events

UC Berkeley Talk: Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities, Lessons from Europe and North America

From IURD: Speaker: John Pucher, professor in the School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University in New Jersey Professor Pucher argues that cycling and walking are the most environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable of all transport modes.  He then provides an international overview of cycling levels and trends among many different countries in […]

AEP Talk: The Future of Redevelopment in California

From AEP: Since the dissolution of the redevelopment agencies in California, environmental planners have wondered what the future of Brownfield and infill development may be. For our November event, we’ll have the opportunity to hear from three local redevelopment leaders as they discuss how redevelopment projects have changed since the dissolution of the redevelopment agencies, […]

TransForm Talk: High Speed Rail, Finally on Track?

From TransForm: Image credit: Flickr user Richard Masoner Here’s a question on many of our minds: will high speed rail become a reality?  California’s high speed rail project has the potential to reinforce cities as the hubs of our economy, relieve congested roads, and help California meet clean air and greenhouse gas reduction goals. Yet plagued […]