29th Conference in San Francisco

29th International Conference on

MAKING CITIES LIVABLE

San Francisco, California
December 13-17, 2000


Program

Wednesday, December 13

  • Registration & Exhibits
  • Walking Tours
  • Welcome Reception

Thursday, December 14

  • Introduction to Conference
  • The Livable City: Essentials
  • Urban Fabric
  • Development for Community
  • Conference Luncheon

CONCURRENT SESSIONS: Discussion Groups

  • Comforts in the City
  • Development for Community
  • Urban Fabric
  • Professional Education

Friday, December 15

  • Reviving City Centers
  • Urban Resources
  • Renewal of City Life
  • Making Streets Livable
  • Rediscovery of Public Places
  • Design Principles
  • Urban Fabric
  • Residential Balance
  • Infill Shop/Houses
  • Affordable Housing
  • City of Short Distances
  • Pedestrian Networks
  • Greenway Transit
  • Funding Improvements

Saturday, December 16

  • Suburbs in 21st Century
  • Mixed Use Centers
  • Neighborhood Plazas
  • Restructuring Malls
  • Reshaping Sprawl
  • City & County
  • Transforming Suburbs
  • Controlling Big Box
  • Ecological Transportation Planning
  • Traffic Calming
  • Transportation Links
  • New Urban Neighborhoods
  • Principles for 21st C.
  • Compact Land Use
  • Urban Villages

Sunday, December 17

  • Charleston in 21st C.
  • Conf. Review Luncheon

Plenary & Panel Sessions


Special Feature

  • The Design of the City of the Future
  • Overview of all essential elements for a livable city of the future will be presented in a series of lectures (starred).
  • The Exhibit Program will include: exhibits by cities, planning and architecture firms in North America and Europe; and a special exhibit on Successful Squares of Europe.