One of Tindale Oliver’s urban designers, Erin Chantry, will be reporting live from CNU20: The New World that is taking place in West Palm Beach, Florida. Attending as a member of the press, she will be writing a series on the importance of integrating transportation, land use, and urban design. It will be based on eight sessions she will be attending, led by the forefront experts in the urban design field. Read the article.
It’s been one week since I started out on my first CNU journey and, overall, it was a wonderful one. I am still wallowing through all my reflections on my week in West Palm Beach and have been able to express many of them through posts I’ve written. I have believed in the movement and adhered to the CNU Charter in my own way since I wrote my MA dissertation on “New Urbanism in Suburban America: Strategies for the Implementation of LEED-ND” a few years ago. I’ve long considered myself a New Urbanist, but this was my first direct interaction with the organization. Here are a few of her final reflections on her experience.