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MPC Roundtable—Immeasurable Loss: Modernizing Lake Michigan Water Use
  • Presentation
  • May 7, 2013
Button above: Josh Ellis' introductory slides from the May 7, 2013 MPC Roundtable Immeasurable Loss: Modernizing Lake Michigan Water Use. Also available for download: Slides from the other speakers, Dan Injerd of Ill. Dept. of Natural Resources and Mike Smyth of Illinois American Water.
MPC Roundtable - The Future of Interjurisdictional Collaboration, a New Model for Housing and Community Development
Presentation from an MPC roundtable on the future of interjurisdictional collabortation.
Aurora Health Care Employer-Assisted Housing Program
Through a partnership with Select Milwaukee, Aurora Health Care has helped more than 350 employees buy homes in Milwaukee, Wisc. The hospital provides $3,000 in down payment assistance, as well as financial and homebuyer counseling (services provided by the nonprofit Select Milwaukee). Benefits to…
Chicago Architecture Foundation Bus Rapid Transit Presentation
On June 6th, the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s exhibit: Bus Rapid Transit: Next Stop, Chicago, opened. This is the complete presentation from the evening, covering BRT in Cleveland, New York, San Francisco, and the plans for Chicago's incoming system, to learn about the positive effects…
Karla Olson Teasley's Presentation at 11/17 Utilities Roundtable
On Nov. 17, MPC hosted the third event in its infrastructure roundtable series, All Systems Go: Engineering Sustainable Utility Solutions, which focused on water, gas, and power utilities. Karla Olson Teasley, MPC Resource Board member and President of Illinois American Water, presented Illinois'…
J. Tyler Anthony's Presentation at 11/17 Utilities Roundtable
On Nov. 17, MPC hosted the third event in its infrastructure roundtable series, All Systems Go: Engineering Sustainable Utility Solutions, which focused on water, gas, and power utilities. J. Tyler Anthony, Senior Vice President of Distribution Operations for ComEd, made the case for ComEd's…
Transportation for Livable Communities: A New Model for Selecting Investments
  • Presentation
  • Aug 18, 2011
The nonprofit Chicago-based Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) has created a new way of screening and prioritizing transit projects to accomplish much more than simply moving people from point A to point B. MPC tested its method, which uses 14 quantifiable "livability metrics," to envision a…
Enrique Peñalosa's Presentation at 8/17 Bus Rapid Transit Roundtable
  • Presentation
  • Aug 18, 2011
On Wednesday, Aug. 17, MPC released Bus Rapid Transit: Chicago's New Route to Opportunity, a vision for a 10-route Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network in Chicago that is feasible, best supports existing neighborhood assets, and fills accessibility gaps in the current transit network. At the public…
CDOT Commissioner Gabe Klein's Presentation at 8/17 Bus Rapid Transit Roundtable
  • Presentation
  • Aug 18, 2011
On Wednesday, Aug. 17, MPC released Bus Rapid Transit: Chicago's New Route to Opportunity, a vision for a 10-route Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network in Chicago that is feasible, best supports existing neighborhood assets, and fills accessibility gaps in the current transit network. At the public…
Josh Ellis' Presentation at 8/17 Bus Rapid Transit Roundtable
  • Presentation
  • Aug 18, 2011
On Wednesday, Aug. 17, MPC released Bus Rapid Transit: Chicago's New Route to Opportunity, a vision for a 10-route Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network in Chicago that is feasible, best supports existing neighborhood assets, and fills accessibility gaps in the current transit network. At the public…

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