For decades the transportation metric known as auto level of service (LOS) negatively impacted the development of cities across California by emphasizing car travel over more sustainable modes. Now changes to state law have eliminated this method of analysis and allowed for new guidelines to be established. Come hear about what the death of auto LOS means for San Jose and how the new guidelines can help build great cities from the street up.
+ Jeffrey Tumlin / Nelson\Nygaard
AICP CM credits pending.
Free to SPUR members
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch
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