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RV 2014: Design Matters by William Anderson from APA

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Design Matters: Six Questions, Many Answers

Six questions. So many answers! Meet national leaders from three collaborative design disciplines -- American Institute of Architects, American Society of Landscape Architects and American Planning Association -- and see how each tackles the same six questions. Hear how they meet similar design challenges but with different values and priorities for why design matters. A series of three questions will be addressed by the panel to begin the discussion, and then the audience will expand the conversation by posing additional quesitons and issues that they face.

Moderator: Ron Stewart, AIA, Principal, ZGF Architects, LLP, Portland, Oregon
William Anderson, FAICP, President, American Planning Association; Principal/Vice President, Director of Economics and Planning for US West, AECOM, San Diego, California
Mark A. Focht, FASLA, PLA, President, American Society Landscape Architects, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Russell A. Davidson, AIA, Vice President, 2016 President Elect, American Institute of Architects; President, Kaeyer, Garment & Davidson, Mount Kisco, New York

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RV 2014: Design Matters by William Anderson from APA

  1. 1. Design Matters
  2. 2. GHG Inventory Project Results www.sandiego.edu/epic GHG Emissions for San Diego County (2006)
  3. 3. Regional Transportation Planning
  4. 4. TRANSIT PROPENSITY AREAS
  5. 5. Smart Growth PlaceTypes 5
  6. 6. Focus Future Growth
  7. 7. TWO-WAY RELATIONSHIPS By Line By Community
  8. 8. Plan for Market Choices • Mobility • Housing • Employment • Community AT WHAT SCALES? WITH WHAT PUBLIC FACILITIES? WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? WHO PAYS FOR IT?
  9. 9. Planning for Transit-Oriented Districts
  10. 10. The First & Last Mile
  11. 11. Placemaking For Transit CHARLOTTE, NC
  12. 12. Public + Private CIVIC SPACE PARK TOD, PHOENIX TOKYO MIDTOWN TOD, JAPAN T-REX/LINCOLN STATION TOD, DENVER
  13. 13. V ALUE TRANSBAY TERMINAL, SAN FRANCISCO DENVER UNION STATION MONROVIA TOD, CALIFORNIA BOSTON HARBOR TOD
  14. 14. FINANCING TOD INFRASTRUCTURE Leverage Value for Financing TIF for TODs But there are other tools in the box: 1. Special Assessment Districts 2. Special tax districts (CFDs) 3. Joint Development 4. Zoning for density, mixed-use, parking cost avoidance, and streamlining 5. Targeting of development and housing incentives 6. Value capture for community benefits
  15. 15. Thank you. William Anderson, FAICP APA President William.anderson3@aecom.com

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