GreenTRIP at Sustainable Communities Strategies for Land Use and Transportation Meeting

From TransForm:

Ann Cheng, GreenTRIP Program Director, and GreenTRIP Certfied Developer, Andrea Osgood of Eden Housing will present as part of a panel on Sustainable Communities Strategies for Land Use and Transportation.  American Planning Association (APA) and Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) members receive credit for attending.

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