Rethinking Our Streets: The Value of Flexible Street Design with John Norquist

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Re-Thinking Our Streets: The Value of Flexible Street Design with John Norquist

Free and open to the public.

The event will be held on Thursday, November 29, 2012 starting with a 6 PM reception followed by a 6:30 PM lecture and discussion. Event will be held at Steinberg Hall Auditorium at Washington University at Forsyth Blvd and N Skinker Blvd, St. Louis, MO. The nearest Metrolink Station is Skinker.

Space is limited. Please click here to RSVP.

Streets can be our greatest asset for building and connecting community. On Thursday, November 29, 2012, John Norquist will discuss how flexible street design can build economic value and enhance quality of life. Norquist will talk about the value of designing streets for people and the implications in the case of I-70 and the proposed South County Connector. He will also discuss CNU and ITE's Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares manual and how to apply sustainable transportation policies in St. Louis.

This event is organized by the Congress for the New Urbanism, City to River and Trailnet, with support from the Ford Foundation and The Oram Foundation: Fund for the Environment & Urban Life.

Space is limited. Download the flyer below and please click here to RSVP.

To learn more about CNU's Highways-to-Boulevards initiative in St. Louis, visit


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