Past Event Materials

Event: Book Talk with Christof Spieler

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Our co-host, Island Press, recently released the second edition of Christof Spieler’s wildly popular book “Trains, Buses, People.” Christof discussed the evolving conversation around transit and shared updates on fare policies, wayfinding, inclusivity, and North American transit systems. Purchase using code WEBINAR with Island Press for 30% off. If you
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Event: Picture the Plan: Let's talk about shaping the future of Chevy Chase DC

Event: Picture the Plan: Let’s talk about shaping the future of Chevy Chase DC

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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. View the plan and learn more. Graphic: Opportunity Sites from Ward 3 Vision: A 30-Year Vision for Chevy Chase DC
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Event: Alternatives to Maglev

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September 21 – The proposed high speed Maglev train between Baltimore, MD and Washington D.C. would harm a national park, a national wildlife refuge, the Chesapeake Bay and numerous nearby communities. NPCA, the Coalition for Smarter Growth, the West Baltimore Project, Delegate Jared Solomon, and Delegate Robbyn Lewis hosted a conversation
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Better Buses for Prince George's

Better Buses for Prince George’s

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The Bus 028 photo courtesy of Prince George's Department of Public Works and Transportation On July 20, 2021, local and regional bus experts, along with stakeholders discussed where we are and where we want to be with Prince George's bus service. View the event recording on YouTube. Speaker presentations: Anthony
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Event: Placemaking on Ward 3's Avenues – What’s in the Streetscape Toolbox?

Event: Placemaking on Ward 3’s Avenues – What’s in the Streetscape Toolbox?

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June 22, 2021 – CSG and Ward3Vision hosted an event to learn about the many tools we have to create and sustain lively places on the main streets of our community. We discussed why streets are important, what makes them comfortable, interesting, useful and inviting, and what models we might
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