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Transportation Summit 2006
The CNU 2006 Transportation Summit and Workshop took place November 16-18 at the Boulder Theatre and Boulderado Hotel in downtown Boulder, Colorado. It was hosted by Charlier Associates, a Boulder-based design firm led by CNU member Jim Charlier, and GO Boulder, which promotes transportation choices for the City of Boulder.
Commenting on the ITE Proposed Recommended PracticeThe ITE proposed recommended practice is open for comment until December 31, 2006. You can download a copy of the ITE manual at www.ite.org. Please send your comments on the manual to Lisa Tierney at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see member comments and a sample comment form please visit www.cnu.org/go/itecomments.
- Street and Place Design
- Where We Are Now and Why We Need this Document
- Contents of the manual: Concepts of the Context Zones
- Urban Design Details
- What the ITE manual means for walkability
- 28th Street and 30th Street, Creating complete streets in Boulder: Retrofitting Broadway
- How do you implement the manual from a planning perspective?
- Project for Transportation Reform: Street and Place Design and Transportation Planning
- CNU/ ITE Project Update
- Boulder’s Twenty-Year Transportation Evolution
- Transportation reform at the scale of the block, the street and the building.
- The Corridor and the Neighborhood: Re-Balancing Big Streets
- Good Transportation Modeling Practice at the Regional, Corridor and Project Levels.
- Freeway Teardown
- Road Diets
- Commenting on the CNU/ITE Manual