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Exploring Parking aiwht Donald Shoup and The High Cost of Free Parking flyerSa ve the Date! Free Coffee. Free Quiche. Free Parking? You are invited to a small group discussion "Exploring Parking with Donald Shoup" Dr. Shoup is Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA and the author of The High Cost of Free Parking '~~~~=~~~~~::~~c~~=~`~'~ ~~~~~i! ~.~~~:~~~ '-~ "~~":i ~:~~ ~.~o~~J ~~~~~ at ~~~~8'~~l~~.' ~~~~~~~~`~9 1207 Pearl Street (just east of Broadway) Coffee and light refreshments will be served. Space is limited to 40 participants. Reserve your spot soon! Please RSVP Kaaren Davis at davisk@ci.boulder.co.us. RSVP only for the morning meeting. No RSVP needed for the evening talk. If you do not have email access you can call Kaaren at x3229. This presentation (reserved for City Council Members, Planning Board, Transportation Advisory Board, and city of Boulder staf~ will examine Boulder's parking-related concerns with an emphasis on parking at the Boulder Transit Village. A groundbreaking expert in the field of parking and urban planning, Don Shoup, Ph.D. offers fresh perspectives and practical approaches to today's transportation and land use issues. Drawing on years of research and publication, he'll discuss parking's significant consequences for cities, the economy, and the environment. Witty, no-nonsense, and highly-engaging, Professor Shoup is sure to raise questions and offer vital next steps for Boulder. Can't get enough Don Shoup? Can't make the morning discussion? You, your friends, and your colleagues are invited to attend Dr. Shoup's free, public presentation: '°7'he High Cost of Free Parking" co-sponsored by The University of Colorado, City of Boulder, and Boulder County The University of Colorado at Boulder Chemistry 142 7:00 pm This is a free talk, open to the public. No RSVP required. Page 1 of 1 Micki Kaplan - Save-the-Date to J~in Us: TOD Best Practices Conference From: "ULI Colorado" <coordinator@colorado.uli.org> To: <kaplanm@ci.boulder.co.us> Date: 3/8/2006 11:41 AM Subject: Save-the-Date to Join Us: TOD Best Practices Conference ~~C~,l ~ ~ ~ '~ -T ~ ~}$ ~~ ~ ~ 5~~~ ~ s~nus Thursday, l~pril 2~ ~~atuTing Keynote Spea~cers: 7;3Q~ ar~ - 1 Q:3~ am R~s. Dan Shaup, University o f Arvada ~nte~ C:ali#ornia at Los Angeles Banquet & Confeeen~ Faci4ity pr~f~s~ar and a~thor of "The ~Ci qh 69U1 ~Nacis~rarth Sh~d G~sf of ~~ee Paskinp' t, principal vrnn a West Coasi t~larkyaur ~alsndars- ~vising trans~# reg~stratian i~f~tmatic~n ng BA RT and ar~d a~ditiena! detai9s to e Ttansit be seni flut ~nani You are receiving this communication because of your affrliation with ULI. Members of ULI can controf E-mail preferences at wwHr.mvuli.or4. ULI values your privacy and we do not sell or exchange E-mail addresses. ULI-the Urban Land Institute; Dept. 186; Washington, DC 20055-0186 Metro Denver's New P.O.P. Culture Transit Alliance envisions a balanced transportation network as the heart and soul of inetro Denver's coming regional renaissance. With the advent of FasTracks, the Denver region now has the chance to orient itself toward its people as well as their automobiles. That is why Transit Alliance is working on a groovy thing, an Apr. 6, 2006, workshop that will have community leaders planning metro Denver's new pop culture. In this case, pop stands for "people- oriented places." Join elected officials, planning professionals, builders, developers, business, civic and environmental leaders and grassroots organizations to hear from one of the world's gurus on "placemaking," Jan Gehl of Copenhagen, Denmark. At the conclusion of Mr. Gehl's presentation, a panel of local leaders will discuss POP from a uniquely Denver perspective. The panel will include Cal Marsella, RTD, Tom Clark, Metro Denver EDC, Matt Baker, Environment Colorado, Nancy Sharpe, DRCOG and moderator Marilee Utter, ULI Colorado. Date: Thursday, April 6, 2006 Time: 7:30 -10:00 AM Place: Colorado Convention Center Cost: $50 for members &$100 for non-members - Checks & Cash ONLY - Payment Due at the Door. Register at www.transitalliance.orqIPOPCulture Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Regional Transportation District, Denver Regional Council of Governments, Metro Denver EDC, Home Builders Association of Metro Denver, and the Rocky Mountain Chapter of The Association for Commuter Transportation.