This session will touch on the following topics:
- The broad range of community, environmental and economic benefits that can be achieved with Green Streets
- Keys to successful implementation
- The Green Street toolbox - stormwater management, street trees, traffic calming, street configurations and public transportation
- Green Street case studies that illustrate a range of topics from reconfiguring streets to restructuring a district
- Innovative uses of Green Streets' best practices: Beach Boulevard and Edinger Avenue in Huntington Beach, CA; Plumas Boulevard in Yuba City, CA; First Street in Livermore, CA
- How Green Streets fit within the larger concept of "Complete Streets"
Erik Calloway is a Senior Associate at Freeman Tung Sasaki (FTS). Mr Calloway's Educational background is in architecture with a focus on urban design and sustainability issues. His roles at FTS include project content development, revitalization strategies, master planning, development codes, public realm design concepts, design review and project management.
Regional and Urban Design Forum: From Gray to Green: The Value of Green Streets - Livability, Prosperity & Sustainability
Time: Noon - 1:30pm
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland
Contact: 510/464-3600 or Douglas Frazier, AIA
Cost: None; this meeting is open to all chapter members. Please RSVP.
1.5 CES/HSW/SD LUs
For more information: 510/464-3600