Preparing for our Transportation Future - emerging transport trends and rethinking our built environment' 

Dear APA Partners: An invitation -

Join us for a presentation by Tim Papandreou - 'Preparing for our Transportation Future - emerging transport trends and rethinking our built environment' 

Free and open to the public. Friday, January 18, 1pm at the Tompkins County Public Library Borg Warner Rooms.


Co-hosted by the Center for Community Transportation (including Ithaca Carshare and Bike Walk Tompkins), the Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council, Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit, and the Downtown Ithaca Alliance.

Timothy Papandreou is a recognized leader and pioneer integrating shared mobility, multimodal transportation, land-use planning, and automation who dreams of cities liberated from 20th century transport issues. Currently CEO of Emerging Transport Advisors, he was the Chief Innovation Officer for the San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Agency, and also worked on strategic partnerships at Google X and Waymo.


Fernando de Aragón
Staff Director
Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council


Registration for the 2019 National Planning Conference is open!

April 13-16, 2019, San Francisco - 2019 National Planning Conference

Register now for the 2019 National Planning Conference, the year's premier planning event.

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Learn about new issues, challenges, and trends that are motivating planners worldwide to plan smarter.

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Upcoming CM Opportunities

Date                      CM#                      Event (Section)

10/18/2018         9160952                CDPA Fall 2018 Speed Networking Event (CAP)

11/14/2018         9159340                UB Fall ‘18 Lecture Series – “Indigenous Planning" (WNY)

11/14/2018         9157320                Fall 2018 Regional Government Workshop (GFL)

12/6/2018            9160066                Essentials for Effective Public Engagement (GFL)


Ohio Chapter Webcast Series (

10.19 Transportation Corridor Planning for Improved Land Use Outcomes

10.26 How to Mobilize and Turn Volunteers Into Leaders in Your Community

11.9 Innovative Financing for Transportation Projects

11.16 Reserved, Hazard Mitigation & Disaster Recovery Division

12.14 Reserved, Planning & the Black Community Division

CNU New York Chapter: Re-imagining the Suburbs

Registration is NOW OPEN for this year’s CNU New York Chapter event, Re-imagining the Suburbs, focusing on “new towns” and emerging transit corridors in Amherst. Events take place all day Friday, October 12, 2018 and part of the day Saturday, October 13, 2018. You will meet in Williamsville, a 200 year old mill town, for a weekend of expert speakers, tours, and charrettes aimed at unique retrofit opportunities. Speakers from around the country will interact with local professionals to provide their input and expertise on a variety of locations and situations occurring in Amherst.

The cost is $89 for both days, with the option for an extra $30 tour on Saturday afternoon tying back to CNU 22 which took place in Buffalo. For a full program of events, visit the CNU NY webiste here:

To register, click the following link:

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