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Riverside Drive

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CNU-CTX Annual Luncheon on December 7 Central Texas Corridors: The Way Forward
November 21, 2016




Congress for New Urbanism
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The Congress for the New Urbanism Central Texas Chapter will hold their Annual Luncheon featuring Jeffrey Tumlin on December 7 at the JW Marriott. This event will explore the best ways to keep our region moving as it grows with a focus on urban corridors are building blocks of a sustainable mobility network. 
Jeffrey Tumlin is director of strategy at Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, the consultants we are working with on our Downtown Austin Parking Strategy . For more than twenty years, he has led station area, downtown, citywide, and campus plans, and delivered lectures and classes in 20 U.S. states and five other countries. His projects have won awards from the U.S. General Services Administration, Institute of Transportation Engineers, American Planning Association, American Society of Landscape Architects, Congress for the New Urbanism, and Urban Land Institute. He is the author of Sustainable Transportation: Tools for Creating Healthy, Vibrant and Resilient Communities.
The cost to attend is $55 for CNU members, $65 non-members, and $50 students / government / nonprofit.