Maryland APA June Event:
Join APA Maryland for a discussion on bicycle planning in Maryland. Speakers will emphasize planning for community health and safety. The conversation will include planning practices, techniques and key initiatives that the state, counties and urbanized areas are taking to reduce crashes and build safer, bicycle active communities through well-connected networks. Speakers for the evening will be Liz Cornish, Executive Director of BikeMore, Emily Ranson, Advocacy Coordinator at Bike Maryland, Chris Eatough, Bike-Ped Coordinator at Howard County and Charles Glass, Deputy Administrator, Transportation Policy and Planning at MDOT.
June 22nd from 6 - 8 pm in Arbutus, MD. Info is here
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We are pleased to present to you the Spring 2016 issue of the Maryland Planner - a quarterly newsletter of APA Maryland Chapter. Hope you enjoy reading the variety of informative articles included in this issue. Please feel free to provide your feedback, comments, and suggestion at the following email addresses for improving and expanding the publication.
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Maryland APA´s Chapter President Pat Haddon has released a welcoming statement to all members. Read it here.
Come out to the Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition Meeting. Wednesday, June 29th. Info is here.
A solar building in Tempe, Arizona welcomes the APA National Conference to Arizona! 50 Maryland APA members attended the 2016 conference!
A new Group has formed for planners in the private sector - check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/APAPrivatePractice.
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