[ApaIllinois] Innovation + Integration: A Summit on the Economic Impact of Linking Jobs, Housing and Transportation Planning

ILAPA Editor editor at ilapa.org
Mon Jan 22 20:32:12 CST 2007

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) presents:

Innovation + Integration
A Summit on the Economic Impact of Linking Jobs, Housing and Transportation Planning

With special luncheon keynote speaker Mike Moskow,
President, Federal Reserve  Bank of Chicago

February 6, 2007 
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

University of Illinois at Chicago
Student Center East, Illinois Room
750 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60607

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Innovation and Integration Summit will examine current economic development, housing and transportation policies across the nation and explore how the region and its communities can take an integrated approach to planning. CMAP believes that connecting planning with community efforts is the best approach for the economic vitality of the region as a whole. As the state legislature meets to address various transportation, land use and environmental issues, we believe that broad stakeholder input is fundamental. Innovative ideas and solutions for integrated planning efforts raised during the summit will become part o f CMAP's strategy for helping communities partner more effectively. 

Who should come? 
Elected officials, policy advocates, transportation and land use planners, developers, housing, labor, workforce, economic and community development practitioners. 

Registration deadline is Monday, January 29. There is a $50.00 registration fee, which includes breakfast and lunch. 

For more information and to register, visit 
For questions, please call 312-386-8623. 
This summit is in partnership with the Center for Neighborhood Technology, Chicago Metropolis 2020, Metropolitan Planning Council, Metropolitan Mayors Caucus, UIC's Voorhees Center, UIC's Urban Transportation Center, Chicago Rehab Network and the Regional Transportation Authority. 

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