Program - Tuesday, June 18

PROGRAM MAIN / MONDAY / TUESDAY / WEDNESDAY / THURSDAY / FRIDAY

Governor Ballroom

8.30 – 9.00 Registration
9.00 – 9.30 Welcome
    Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard
    Sven von Ungern-Sternberg
    George Ferguson
9.30 – 10.00   Coffee Break
10.00 – 12.15 WHAT IS A HEALTHY CITY FOR ALL? *
  Moderator: Jim Brainard, Carmel, IN
  Freiburg: Healthy Mobility for ALL
    Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, Freiburg, GERMANY
  Moderator: Michael Mehaffy, Portland, OR
  Albina Vision, Portland
    Rukaiyah Adams, Portland, OR
  Moderator: Ettore Maria Mazzola, Rome, ITALY
  Portland as an International Lab – What Have We Learned?
    Michael Mehaffy, Portland, OR
     

Governor Ballroom

12.30 – 2.30 Conference Luncheon

Governor Ballroom

2.30 – 4.00 STREETS FOR PEOPLE *
  Moderator: Rick Phillips, San Jose, CA
  Complete Streets Design: Challenges and Successes from Concept to Construction
    Marisa Lee, Oakland, CA
  Integrating Green Infrastructure and Complete/Active Streets
    Lydia Kenselaar, Los Angeles, CA
  Sidewalks and Streets in Cairo: Pedestrian Use, Behavioral Patterns and Design Strategies
    Hisham Gabr, Cairo, EGYPT
Nagwa Sherif, Cairo, EGYPT
4.00 – 4.30 DISCUSSION
  Discussant: Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Barcelona, SPAIN
     
4.30 – 5.00 PECHA KUCHA
  Moderator: Rick Phillips, San Jose, CA
  Wall-E was Right!
    Diane Wiatr, Seattle,WA
  Re-Thinking Wall-E! How New Technologies will Expand Health and Happiness
    Lizzie Moll, Seattle, WA
  The Role of Community Participatory Planning Processes in Creating Healthy Neighborhoods and Communities
    Christine Freundl, Austin, TX
     
5.00 – 6.00 POSTER SESSION & RECEPTION
  Putting Communities at the Center of Connected, Automated Mobility
    Marnissa Claflin, Charlottesville, VA
  Transportation for the Elderly and Low-Income Residents in Michigan
    Annabelle Wilkinson, Zeenat Kotval-K, East Lansing, MI
  The City-Suburb Inescapability
    Chetan Kulkarni, Austin, TX
     

Library

2.30 – 4.30 DESIGNING EQUITABLE NEIGHBORHOODS *
  Moderator: George Ferguson, Bristol, UK
  The Bailey Green Initiative: Creating Healthier, More Equitable and Sustainable Neighborhood
    John Somers, Buffalo, NY
  The Bailey Green Initiative: Its Foundation and Future Potential
    Hiro Hata, Buffalo, NY
  The Importance of Place in the Planning Process
    Scott Truex, Muncie, IN
  Madison’s Capitol East District – An Isthmus For Everyone
    Heather Stouder, Madison, WI
4.30 – 5.00 DISCUSSION
  Discussant: Kevin S. Brooks, Campbell River, BC
     

Billiard Room

2.30 – 4.30 REINVENTING NEIGHBORHOODS *
  Moderator: Michael Mehaffy, Portland, OR
  Sun Valley: Equity and Economic Mobility as a Driver for Neighborhood Redevelopment
    Meredith Wenskoski, Denver, CO
  Holistic Healthy Design for Miami’s Little Havana
    Juan Mullerat, Miami, FL
  Parramore – A Healthy Neighborhood Plan, from Vision to Implementation
    Curtis Ostrodka, Orlando, FL
  Toward and Integrated Infrastructure: Reconstructing the South Shore Waterfront in Austin, TX
    Dean Almy, Austin, TX
4.30 – 5.00 DISCUSSION
  Discussant: George Ferguson, Bristol, UK
     

Card Room

2.30 – 3.30 FUNDING ACCESSIBILITY*
  Moderator: Ettore Maria Mazzola, Rome, ITALY
  Tennessee Innovations in Livability Policy, Funding and Programming at the State Level
    Leslie Meehan, Nashville, TN
  Moving Toward Inclusion and Health Equity: Free Transit for Social Assistance Recipients in Kingston, ON
    Mary Rita Holland, Kingston, ON, CANADA
3.30 – 4.00 DISCUSSION
  Discussant: Jane Fogal, Halton Hills, ON
     
4.00 – 5.00 CITIES’ APPROACHES TO HEALTHY PLANNING*
  Moderator: Ettore Maria Mazzola, Rome, ITALY
  Promoting Local Collaboration for Health Equity in the Built Environment
    Katrina Smith Korfmacher, Rochester, NY
  Using Storymaps to Explore Urban Ecology in Rochester, NY and Malmö, Sweden
    Karl Korfmacher, Rochester, NY
  Mapping Texas Cities for Livability
    David Driskill, Lubbock, TX
5.00 – 5.15 DISCUSSION
  Discussant: Anna Kovacs-Gyori, Salzburg, AUSTRIA