November 7, 2018
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ULI: Green Roofs Coming, Ready or Not
A year ago, Denver voters passed the Green Roof Initiative over the objections of some in the development community. Since then city leaders and a Task Force have been busy making recommendations to implement the initiative, which affects the construction and replacement of all roofs of 25,000 square-feet+. Come learn the best practices for implementation along with a national case study from the Javits Center in New York City. The program is hosted at Flight at TAXI, which features a state-of-the-art green roof. The panel will discuss green roof regulations, logistics, benefits, alternatives, and financing.
Wednesday, Nov. 7, 5 – 8 pm, 3575 Ringsby Court, # 200
Twenty years ago few could have imagined on-demand ride services and retail, digital social networks, or net-zero energy districts? But now we are starting to design cities around tech infrastructure rather than plugging these features in later. How will this change our cities and the way we live? Come learn about what’s happening in Colorado compared to global examples from Canada, Japan and Kenya, along with the implications for the future of real estate, design, construction and land use. Presented by the ULI Colorado Explorer series committee, this program includes a tour of Panasonic’s Smart City facility at Pena Station Next and concludes with our famous holiday party. Registration includes drinks and networking at post-program holiday party. Continuing education credits will be offered for AIA, AICP, and Colorado Real Estate Commission
Thursday, December 6 | 4 – 8 pm, Pena Station NEXT, 6144 N. Panasonic Way
Transit-Oriented Data: Resources for the metro Denver area
October 31, 2018: Webinar recording
In this DRCOG Idea Exchange, the objectives were to:
- Learn about the types of buildings, businesses, residents and employees these transit-oriented areas are attracting, how that affects travel on these corridors and more.
- Hear about key findings and high-level implications of qualitative survey results and quantitative assessments from staff at the Denver Regional Council of Governments and the Regional Transportation District.
Denverright: Game Plan for a Healthy City
Denver’s two-year Denveright outreach and planning effort, has obtained input from thousands of Denverites and resulted in plans for a more inclusive, connected and healthy city. The plans will guide the city’s growth, development, parks, mobility options and more over the next 20 years. The plan drafts are available for review, comment and a detailed survey through October 31. City planners will also host office hours in several locations beginning in September. The draft plans will be revised based on input received, and in early 2019, Denver City Council will review plans that require council adoption. Draft plans include:
- Comprehensive Plan 2040 – An overall 20-year vision and goals
- Blueprint Denver – An integrated land use and transportation plan
- Game Plan for a Healthy City – A parks and recreation plan
- Denver Moves: Transit – A first-ever local transit plan
- Denver Moves: Pedestrians & Trails – A sidewalks, street crossings and trails plan
Mobility Choice Blueprint – Denver Metro Area – Take the Quiz
The Mobility Choice Blueprint is a collaborative strategy to help the Denver metro region identify how to best prepare for and invest in the rapidly changing technology that is revolutionizing transportation mobility. A unique planning and funding partnership of CDOT, DRCOG, RTD and the Denver Metro Chamber is creating the Mobility Choice Blueprint – a coordinated strategic direction for the evolving mobility of the region related to walking, bicycling, driving and transit. The 2030 Blueprint will analyze travel trends and technologies in the region, explore and evaluate various technologies and their implications for mobility, align transportation investments of multiple public agencies and create new planning and implementation partnerships.
5 minutes of your time will help shape the future of mobility in the Denver metro area! Take this unique quiz: