On October 28, at the Statewide conference of the Arizona Chapter of the American Planning Association, Ryan and David, along with guest host Jeff McVey, and guests Milagros Zingoni & Ram Pendyala presented on Engagement by Podcast (and how you can (and should) make your own podcast) — and also our final episode in the Walkable City Podcast Book Club.
Ram Pendyala is a Professor of Transportation Systems and Director of a USDOT-sponsored University Transportation Center in the School of...
This Episode! We discuss Steps 7 & 8 - Shape the Spaces and Plant Trees with our very special guests, Aimee Williamson, Executive Director of Trees Matter, as well as Martin Scribner, Director of Planning for the City of Maricopa and urbanism wonk from the American Planning Association.
Join David. Ryan, and special guest Eileen for a ramble-icious episode of the book club! Where we discuss rural roads, Tempe Streetcar, state highways in different counties . . . . and how Walkable City relates to Mesa and other cities like it! We cover pages 139-188 in the first paperback edition — sections Step 4: Let Transit Work and The Safe Walk / Step 5: Protect the Pedestrian.
Join David & Ryan, and special guests Andrea and Ivis as they discuss Step 2: Mix the Uses and Step 3: Get the Parking Right (pages 105 through 138) of Jeff Speck’s Walkable City. Ryan, Andrea & Ivis recorded together from New York City (New York City!?) from the American Planning Association’s national conference. David was stuck in a car during his lunch hour in Tempe.
Join us on our fifth episode (which David is certain is our sixth) as we begin our journey into the 10 steps or Walkability — starting with The Useful Walk: Step 1: Put Cars in their Place. Our guest this episode is Chad Frederick, who just finished his book ‘America’s Addition to the Automobile.’
Join Ryan, David, and Jewel as we discuss Pages 36-63 –’Why Johnny Can’t Walk’ & ‘The Wrong Color Green.’ Be sure to join in the conversation on Facebook at Main Street Mesa!
Recorded at Mesa Public Library.
Join us on our fifth episode (which David is certain is our sixth) as we begin our journey into the 10 steps or Walkability -- starting with The Useful Walk: Step 1: Put Cars in their Place. Our guest this episode is Chad Frederick, who just finished his book 'America's Addition to the Automobile.'