Training Opportunities

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Past Events

Regional Transportation Plan 2040: Plans, Priorities and Perceptions

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times" is the famous first line from Dicken's Tale of Two Cities; and, with some context, is a perfect explanation of the Transportation community in Utah. The State boasts one of the highest growth rates in the Country, is consistently home to some of the top rated cities in the Nation, and maintains a transit system that rivals those of much larger cities in the U.S.

Though not every idea coming out of the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) will become reality, an attempt is being made to fund the highest and most pressing priorities.

Envision Utah's Quality Communities Academy

Envision Utah is partnering with some of the most knowledgeable planners, designers, community development leaders, and other professionals to host a two-hour academy covering topics essential to the development of successful centers. This Quality Communities Academy will be split into three segments, covering some of the most important topics and considerations for developing quality communities.

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Mayor McAdams' Metro Solutions Symposium

The Salt Lake Valley is changing. As the region becomes increasingly urban, policymakers are working to ensure that people can live and work close to the things they need. This approach to facilitating development in regional and town centers close to transit and other transportation choices provides significant benefits to local communities and the entire region. Learn about the progress being made to implement these centers, what challenges lie ahead, and what solutions are available to overcome challenges in your own community.

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Creating Cohesive Communities

Historic and master-planned communities feature buildings, parks, streets, and parking organized to create a cohesive community. However, most areas are comprised of small pieces of land, each owned separately. This ownership pattern often leads to just a collection of adjacent developments. What strategies can help landowners better coordinate with each other and local governments? How can we all achieve buildings and streets that relate to each other, coordinate parking, put density in the best places, and create high quality parks and plazas in the midst of fragmented parcel ownership? Join us to learn more about this exciting topic.