How do we make arterials safe for all users?
PRESENTATION: Creating Community Blvds & Avenues
We have the design and engineering tools to re-create arterials into dynamic streets that are safer and serve community uses like local businesses. We know that arterials make up a large share of serious crashes and deaths. But these conversions are rare. Why are they so rare? A new idea about how to change that.
EVENT: How traffic engineers can design streets for transit-oriented development
On June 1, 2022, RISE Prince George’s and CSG hosted on online discussion with Randy Dittberner, PE, PTOE (formerly with Virginia Dept. of Transportation).
Winning Parking Campaigns in DC
Presentation to Railvolution 2021 on CSG’s campaigns to win parking reforms in the zoning update and parking cash-out.
A 30-Year Vision for Chevy Chase DC
CSG worked with Ward3Vision to create an Urban Design Concept for Chevy Chase and present to the community through an event hosted by Historic Chevy Chase.
West Falls Church Forum Materials
Sonya, our Northern Virginia Advocacy Manager, showed the following presentation at CSG’s West Falls Church Forum on May 5th, 2021:
Evan Goldman of EYA showed the following presentation at our West Falls Church Forum on May 5th, 2021:
Presentation: Transit-oriented Inclusive Communities
The above presentation was given as part of a webinar on January 7th, 2021 with the Chesapeake Climate Action Network featuring Delegate Ibraheem Samirah (D-VA).
What’s at stake in the Comp Plan update
This presentation explains what we won with the Framework Element in October 2019. The presentation also shows how the entire Comp Plan sets the District on a path to equitable distribution of affordable housing, and shows how the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) amendments create more housing opportunities focused around transit. The FLUM provides 15% more housing capacity to make room for more people as the city grows.
Conservation Cafe Webinar
Click here to watch the Conservation Cafe webinar held with Audubon Naturalist Society featuring eco-advocates from Northern Virginia, including our Northern Virginia advocacy manager Sonya Breehey.