Creating Walkable Urban Places Apr 18, 2013 - 2:14 pm Don't miss the next speaker coming to Austin on May 2. Tagged Imagine Austin Speaker Series walkable Share Tags Imagine Austin Speaker Series walkable Archives 2017 September Year 5 Progress Report 2017 May South Central Waterfront Plan Rises to the Challenge of Creating Beautiful Public Spaces 2016 December Invest in Your Neighborhood Parks...It's Good for Your Health 2016 November An Age-Friendly Austin: Supporting Vibrant Intergenerational Communities 2016 October A False Prosperity: The Hidden Cost of Suburban Sprawl 2016 September Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Landscape Architecture as a Medium for Strategic Thinking at Waller Creek and Beyond Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Water Forward: Planning for the Next 100 Years 2016 June Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Why Parks Matter and How Cities Can Benefit 2016 March Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: The City that Lost A Million Pounds 2015 December Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Eco-Apartheid and Giving Voice to the Voiceless - An Evening with Antwi Akom Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Designing Great Cities, Great Streets- A Morning with Victor Dover 2015 July Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Breaking the Traditional Cycle of Water Planning in our Region 2015 March Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Integrating Nature into the City Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Balancing Will & Skill - The Austin Job Market and Your Education. Imagine Austin Speaker Series Video: Mark Stern 2014 October Overweight and Hungry?: Food Insecurity and Obesity in Travis County 2014 September PARK(ing) Day 2014 – Rethink your City HousingWorks Austin releases report on Permanent Supportive Housing 2014 August Creative Placemaking: Putting Austin’s artists and art at the center of community planning. 2014 July One Stream at a Time 2014 May Housing + Transit: Where are we going? It All Adds Up to Walking: Jeff Speck on Health, Safety, Economics and Sustainability 2014 April A Watershed Moment for the South Central Waterfront 2014 January Complete Streets Coming to You 2013 December Next-Century City Parks 2013 November South Central Waterfront Plan Moves Ahead 2013 October Linking Imagine Austin's Vision to Reality: Best Practices in Development Review Panel Speaker Series: Get on Your Bike and Ride! 2013 September Neighborhoods Harvest Speaker Series Double Feature this October Getting Centered: Economic Development Value Follows Urban Rail 2013 August Sustainable Design Expert to Lead Colony Park 2013 July Why I Live Where I Live Help Cool Austin's Heat Island 2013 June Grow Food, Grow Local New Master Plan: A Compact & Connected Future for UT 2013 May Invasive Plants: Where Are They and How Can You Help? Realistic Imagination - South Shore Central and the Analytic Tool Realistic Imagination - South Shore Central and the Analytic Tool Key South Lamar Projects Sidebar Shape-Shifting South Lamar Scott Bricker Innovative Walking Initiatives Subdivisions: New Rules to Promote Health, Safety, Walkability A Ground-Breaking Resource for Keeping Up with Emerging Projects Bright Spots in Community Engagement: Keep Austin Engaged 2013 April Creating Walkable Urban Places Who loves Smart Growth? The National Association of Realtors. When Communities Get More “Compact & Connected,” Kids Get Healthier James Sallis on Walkability and the Fight Against Obesity The South Austin Combined Neighborhood Plan Opticos Design selected to lead Land Development Code revision 2013 March Creating Lively Places: Insights from Ellen Dunham-Jones 4 Cities. 4 Land Development Codes. Watch Their Stories. Ellen Dunham-Jones on “Retrofitting Suburban Spaces into Lively Places” Christopher Leinberger on “Development Trends Toward Walkable Urbanism” Are We There Yet? A Green Roof on A Bus Stop? Believe It!