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Thanks for joining Jeff Speck and Jarrett Walker's 1/17/20 webinar hosted by Smart Growth Network and the Maryland Department of Planning. The full recording is posted for your reference. The books on which this webinar was based, Walkable City Rules and Human Transit, can be invaluable resources as you look to apply these principles in your communities.

You can grab the paperbacks or e-books for 30% off.

Human Transit by Jarrett Walker | An Island Press book
Human Transit
"Human Transit... presents itself as a sort of Public Transportation for Dummies, explaining in abstract, but remarkably clear, terms the logic that governs public transit systems and the choices—some technical, some ethical—that transit planners and operators make."
— California Planning & Development Report

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Walkable City Rules by Jeff Speck | An Island Press book
Walkable City Rules
"Cities are the future of the human race, and Jeff Speck knows how to make them work." —David Owen, staff writer at The New Yorker

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Advocating for and Creating Effective Public Transit



Advocating for and Creating Effective Public Transit

Having greater access to transit is vital for the functioning of safe, equitable, and environmentally friendly cities. But what makes for effective transit? How do you advocate for it? And how can cities utilize buses to create fast, frequent and reliable service?
Join the Maryland Department of Planning and the Smart Growth Network as Christof Spieler, author of Trains, Buses, People, and Steven Higashide, author of Better Buses, Better Cities, explain how to make better use of our current transit systems in clear ways for decision-makers, philanthropists, activists, and public agency leaders. Participants of the live webinar are eligible for 1.5 AICP CM credits.
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