Reconnecting America's Abigail Thorne-Lyman, the director of the Center for Transit-Oriented Development, was interviewed as part of a New York Times article on Los Angeles efforts to develop a comprehensive urban plan.
Reconnecting America's Abigail Thorne-Lyman, who is the director of the Center for Transit-Oriented Development, will be in Los Angeles on Feb. 20 for an LA THRIVES meeting on the new Los Angeles Transit Corridors Cabinet.
Reconnecting America Chief of Staff Allison Brooks will be participating in panel discussions on preservation of affordable housing and housing for older Americans in high access locations near transit at the American Planning Association's annual conference in Los Angeles on April 17, Abigail Thorne-Lyman, the director of the Center for Transit-Oriented Development, will lead a multimodal tour -- walking, biking, transit -- of the Orange Line in the San Fernando Valley.
Real Estate Law & Industry Report, a consolidated legal news source on the wide-ranging issues that affect commercial real estate attorneys and professionals, includes an article on the Center for Transit-Oriented Development's Portland TOD work and an interview with Reconnecting America Project Director Abigail Thorne-Lyman.
Reconnecting America Project Director Abigail Thorne-Lyman will participate on a panel at the APA National Conference in Boston on April 9. The panel is a technology showcase on New Tools for Sustainable Community Development. Abby will be joined on the panel by Sarah Treuhaft from PolicyLink and Albert Benedict from the Center for Neighborhood Technology.
Reconnecting America's Abigail Thorne Lyman, Director, Center for Transit-Oriented Development, and Reconnecting America Project Director Chris Yake will be in Seattle June 11 for a work session with Growing Transit Communities and the Puget Sound Regional Council. Participants in the session will be working on the creation of a typology framework.
Reconnecting America Project Director Abigail Thorne-Lyman will be speaking at various events at the 2011 AMPO Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas, Oct. 25-28. The conference brings together policy board members, executive directors, technical staffs, federal and state employees, and consultants to share information on a variety of MPO issues. Find out more here.