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Designing Complete Streets: Benefits, Barriers, and Best Practices
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When: Tuesday, October 1
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Where: The Mark Twain House Museum
351 Farmington Ave.
Harford, Connecticut 
United States
Contact: Jeff Mills
(860) 454-8922
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Designing Complete Streets:Benefits, Barriers, and Best Practices: A Continuing Education Program and Expo for Landscape Architects, Architects, Engineers, Planners, Transportation Officials...and Anyone Involved in Smart Community Development

Includes these modules:
"Complete Streets is Just Smart Planning" – Michael Morehouse, PE, Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc.
"Nuts and Bolts — What’s in the Designer’s Toolbox?" – Tom Errico, PE, T.Y. Lin International
"What Do We Get For Our Investment? Translating the Value of Complete Streets" – Douglas E. Adams, AICP, Sam Schwartz Engineering
"Connecticut State Projects" – Thomas J. Maziarz, CT DOT Bureau of Policy and Planning
"Opportunities and Challenges Within State Right of Ways" – Susan Fiedler, RLA, CT DOT
"One City’s Experience: The Complete Streets of New Haven" – Jim Travers, City of New Haven Dept. of Transportation, Traffic and Parking
"Blue Back Square: Completing the Square" – Michael Hunton, LLA, ASLA and Steven Laudati, LLA, ASLA

Program registered with LACES and AIA-CES for 5.5 CEUs.

Cost: $125 Members of ASLA / AIA / APA / ACEC / CSCE
$165 Non-members
$85 Students (with ID)

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