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The Sustainable, Affordable, Visitable, Edible Transect: New Modules for the SmartCode and other Development Codes - Sorlien CNU17

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Description: As the economy worsens, the demand for smart planning is more urgent than ever. New Urbanists need coordinated ready-made tools to adapt quickly to changing economic, regulatory and ...

Description: As the economy worsens, the demand for smart planning is more urgent than ever. New Urbanists need coordinated ready-made tools to adapt quickly to changing economic, regulatory and environmental conditions. For over a decade, the framework of the rural-to-urban transect has allowed practitioners to coordinate efficiently a new generation of zoning and design codes. This session presents the latest transect-based, form-based Modules, available as freeware to all.

Moderator: Sandy Sorlien, Director of Technical Research, Center for Applied Transect Studies
Robert Alminana, Principal, Hall Alminana, Inc.
Doug Farr, Principal, Farr Associates
Jennifer Hurley, Principal, Hurley-Franks & Associates
Galina Tahchieva, Partner, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co.

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