ULI Infrastructure Update: Fall Meeting, Urban Land articles, and More
November 1, 2013
Infrastructure at the Fall Meeting
Don’t miss these infrastructure-related sessions at the 2013 ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago next week! Click on the links for session descriptions.
- Repositioning Suburban Corridors: From Soulless Strips to Something Better – Wednesday, November 6, 10:45 a.m.–12 p.m.
- The “Sharing Economy”: Can 21st Century Cities Continue to Thrive with Less Parking? – Wednesday, November 6, 3 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
- Chicago’s Intermodal Exchanges: The Inland Port – Wednesday, November 6, 3:15 p.m.–4 p.m.
Infrastructure around the ULI Networks
- ULI Los Angeles Takes a Look at Transit Corridors. A new report, produced in partnership between the city of Los Angeles and ULI Los Angeles, lays out a vision for transit corridors in the city.
- ULI Washington Survey Polls Members on Walking, Biking, and Real Estate. ULI members in the Washington, DC region believe it would be beneficial if more people biked and walked to work, and expect walking and biking to grow in popularity in the next several years.
Urban Land Articles
- Toll Roads: The Route to Redevelopment? Toll roads are emerging as a way to fund transport needs in fast-growing metropolitan areas. This article complements the ULI report When the Road Price is Right: Land Use, Tolls, and Congestion Pricing.
- Chicago’s Novel Infrastructure Trust. The city’s innovative self-help approach to municipal infrastructure financing is examined.
- Twin Cities’ Residents Near Transit Found to Be Happier. Jason Cao’s survey of Minneapolis area residents turns up some surprising results.
- After Sandy: ULI Panel Looks at Improving Community Resiliency. The report from a ULI panel convened in July 2013 provides ideas for strengthening infrastructure in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Connect with the ULI Infrastructure Initiative
Contact us: [email protected].
Visit our website: uli.org/infrastructure.
Browse a selection of printed infrastructure-related reports in the online ULI Bookstore.