“Designing Complete Streets” – Oct. 1 – Registration OPEN!

The Connecticut
Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects presents

Designing
Complete Streets: Benefits, Barriers, and Best Practices

A Full-Day Training
Program and Products & Services Expo

Date: Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Location: Mark Twain House Museum, Hartford (a state-of-the-art LEED-certified facility –
registration includes access to the museum’s exhibits!)

Includes the following exciting modules:

“Complete Streets is Just Smart
Planning”
– Michael
Morehouse, PE, Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc.

“Nuts and Bolts — What’s in the
Designer’s Toolbox?”
– Tom Errico, PE, T.Y. Lin
International

“What Do We Get For Our Investment?
Translating the Value of Complete Streets”
– Douglas
E. Adams, AICP, Sam Schwartz Engineering

“Connecticut State Projects”
– Thomas J. Maziarz, CT DOT Bureau of Policy and Planning

“Opportunities and Challenges Within
State Right of Ways”
– Susan Fiedler, RLA, CT DOT

One City’s Experience: The Complete
Streets of New Haven”
– Jim Travers, City of New
Haven Dept. of Transportation, Traffic and Parking

“Blue Back Square: Completing the
Square”
– Michael Hunton,
LLA, ASLA and Steven Laudati, LLA, ASLA

SEE THE ATTACHED BROCHURE FOR MORE (also available at http://ctasla.org/events/Complete_Streets_Brochure.pdf)

Program registered with LACES and AIA-CES for 5.5 CEUs.

Cost:  $125 Members of ASLA / AIA / APA / ACEC / CSCE

$165
Non-members

$85 Students
(with ID)

REGISTER ONLINE with your credit card at http://www.bit.ly/StreetsOct1

OR complete the form in the brochure and mail back with payment by
September 27.

Questions? Contact Jeff Mills at executivedirector@ctasla.org or
(860) 454-8922.