Past Event Materials

Walking and Water in Merrifield/Dunn Loring

Walking and Water in Merrifield/Dunn Loring

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We learned about the ins-and-outs of stormwater runoff and stream health by surveying Long Branch Creek on the fall walking tour. We also checked out some of the area’s new transit-oriented development, and talk about ever-present issues of pedestrian and bicycle safety. Plus, we had a great group of speakers that is sure to make this tour an excellent way to spend a fall morning.
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Pro-DC: Modernizing D.C.'s Zoning Code: What Does It Mean for Our City

Pro-DC: Modernizing D.C.’s Zoning Code: What Does It Mean for Our City

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Some of the best discussions on the meaning and importance of D.C.'s zoning code update are in the presentations by Harriet Tregoning, Director of the DC Office of Planning; and David Alpert, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Greater Greater Washington. They spoke to Pro-DC in June 2012 about what the zoning
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Where and How Should Prince George's Grow?

Where and How Should Prince George’s Grow?

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On January 26, 2012, leaders gathered with the Coalition for Smarter Growth and Envision Prince George's Community Action Team for Transit-Oriented Development to discuss where and how Prince George's County should grow.
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Happier, Healthier, Sexier, and Smarter: Transportation and the Secret of Life

Happier, Healthier, Sexier, and Smarter: Transportation and the Secret of Life

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The "Happier, Healthier, Sexier, and Smarter: Transportation and the Secret of Life" forum was held on Tuesday, January 10, 2012. View a video recording of the event or download and view presenter Jeff Tumlin's presentation.
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Building Better Neighborhoods with Transit-Oriented Development: Community Design & Process

Building Better Neighborhoods with Transit-Oriented Development: Community Design & Process

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On October 19, 2011, new Chair of the Prince George’s Planning Board, Betty Hewlett, and urban design celebrity David Dixon joined us in collaboration with the Envision Prince George’s Community Action Team for Transit-Oriented Development to discuss designing vibrant communities in Prince George’s County. View presentations from the event.
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