Monthly Archives: January 2014

4th Annual Construction Project Management Symposium

Registration is open for the March 4th Symposium: “Nashville on the Move: What’s NEXT for Music City?” arranged by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Vanderbilt University.
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Multimodal Mobility Study Update

Metro Public Works will host an informational open house on January 30th to update the public about the ongoing Multimodal Mobility Study. Read More

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Middle Tennessee Transit Vision Reissued as “Tube”-Style Schematic

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The Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, in partnership with area transit operators, has designed a more graphically-appealing way to convey the “bold, new vision for mass transit” from the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan. Read More

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Nashville Selected for ULI Student Competition

Nashville’s Sulphur Dell Neighborhood Selected as Study Area for 2014 ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.
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Submit Your Fall Meeting ideas

ULI is accepting ideas for sessions and speakers at the 2014 Fall Meeting. Read More

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Mark Your Calendar to Attend AMP Public Meetings

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Are you interested in helping shape the future of Nashville’s transit strategy, and therefore, its development and economic future? Read More

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ULI Case Studies: Willowsford

The newest ULI Case Study examines Willowsford, a 4,125-acre master-planned community of luxury single-family housing with a wealth of amenities, many related to fostering healthy lifestyles. Read More

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Kresge Foundation Awards $800,000 to ULI Community Resiliency Program

Through the $800,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation, ULI will leverage the substantial expertise of its members to provide guidance on community building in a way that responds to inevitable climate change and sea level rise, and helps preserve the environment, boost economic prosperity, and foster a high quality of life. Read More

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