Portland: only 8 places left our Network Design Course!

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Planning to register for our Interactive Course in Transit Network Design, coming up in Portland October 2-3?   We now have only 8 places left, and they will definitely sell out!  So act soon to be sure of a place!

 For more information on the course, head over to the website: http://jarrettwalker.com/courses/

 

"Thank you for your interest in our Interactive Course in Transit Network Design!  We are sad to report that we sold out before we received your registration.  But wait!  Don't go away!
Please email Zach Tucker zach@jarrettwalker.net and indicate that you tried to register.  If we get more than a handful, we'll do another offering of the course in the very near future.  
 
If you are based in Portland, you may also want to be wait-listed in case there is a cancellation.  If interested please contact us and say that.  We will get back to you advising where you are on the list. 

 

Thanks again for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you in one of our courses soon!

About the course:

This session, TriMet has graciously agreed to host us in their offices downtown.

We're happy to note that we anticipate the ability to offer 14 AICP Certification Maintenance credits.

We designed this course to fill a gap in the training of most planning professionals.  Few graduate programs teach public transit "from the inside," building an understanding of its unique opportunities and limitations through the experience of actually working with the tool.  Still fewer hire teachers who are both seasoned practitioners and skilled in relating public transit to larger narratives that motivate people.  If you care about public transit as part of your future city, invite your favorite land use planner to take this course!   They'll come out much savvier about how to recognize development proposals that truly work with public transit, as distinct from those that are just paying lip-service in order to "paint development green."  

For more, see here!

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