Urbanism Next
University of OregonUniversity of Oregon

Effective Decision-Making for Freight-Efficient Land Uses

March 5, 2018 3:30 PM
to
5:00 pm

1.5CM/LU Pending

Globalization has had profound impacts on supply chains, freight transportation systems and the spatial distribution of economic activities. All layers of the supply chains—global/international, national/ regional, and metropolitan/urban—are affected by globalization in one way or the other. This has dramatically impacted geographic distribution of economic activities and land use. Former manufacturing sites have been re-purposed, and cities have replaced port and warehouse areas into residential, dining, and entertainment establishments. This trend has also been fueled by a re-appreciation of cites as desirable places to live, spurring new economies based on services and consumer- oriented activities. This in turn, is adding pressure on local deliveries, which add to the travel distances, freight vehicle-miles traveled, and congestion. In this session we will discuss how emergent trends could impact freight and land-use, and best practices of freight and land-use planning.

José Holguín-Veras
PhD, F. ASCE, William H. Hart Professor & Director of the Center for Infrastructure, Transportation, and the Environment and the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF) Center of Excellence on Sustainable Urban Freight Systems
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Catherine Lawson
PhD, Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning
University at Albany, SUNY

Thank you to our partners

Urban Land Institute Northwest 2018
ASLA Oregon 2018
American Planning Association 2018
Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association 2018
AIA Portland 2018
Regional & Urban Design: An AIA Knowledge Community 2018

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