Program - Thursday, October 5th

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La Fonda Hotel: Ballroom 

9.00 – 10.30 PUBLIC SPACE IN SANTA FE, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE *
  Moderator: Ken Hughes
    Mayor Javier Gonzales, Santa Fe, NM
    Ken Hughes, Santa Fe, NM
    Matthew O’Reilly, Santa Fe, NM
    Thomas Leatherwood, Santa Fe, NM
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
11.00 – 12.30 WHY PUBLIC PLACES MATTER FOR SOCIAL HEALTH*
    The Importance of the Public Realm in Developing the Age-Friendly Community
    Philip B. Stafford, Bloomington, IN
    Public Space and Civic Life: Threats and Opportunities
    Setha Low, New York, NY
    Designing Neighborhood Squares and Building Social Networks
    Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Portland, OR

La Fonda Hotel: Ballroom 

2.30 – 3.30 PLANNING TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR ACTIVE LIVING *
  Moderator: Rick Phillips
    Tools and Techniques to Increase Active Transportation in San Mateo County
    Jessica Garner, San Mateo, CA
    The Trust for Public Land's ParkScore® and ParkServe™ - Mapping the Nation's Urban Parks and 10-Minute Walk Park Accessibility
    Emmalee Dolfi, Santa Fe, NM,
    Bob Heuer, Santa Fe, NM
3.30 – 3.45 Discussion:
  How do we make an active lifestyle the easiest choice?
3.45 – 4.45 ARE PUBLIC PLACES PUBLIC? *
  Moderator: Phil Stafford
    This Space is Mine, Yours, and Ours
    Mark De La Torre, Denver, CO
    Nicole Hofert, Glendale, CO
    Death of Public. Trade-offs in Defining Public Space
    Don C. Faulkner, Fargo, ND
4.45 – 5.00 Discussion:
  How can we ensure public places are public – and does it matter?

La Fonda Hotel: New Mexico 

2.30 – 3.30 IDENTIFYING WITH PUBLIC PLACES *
  Moderator: Ettore Maria Mazzola
    “It is a useless life that is not consecrated to any great ideal”: Public Spaces Celebrating Dr. José Rizal
    Brian Mayes, Winnipeg, MT, Canada
    Alison Marshall, Winnipeg, MT, Canada
3.30 – 3.45 Discussion:
  What does a public place need to attract cultural patterns of social life?
3.45 – 4.45 ENHANCING CONNECTIONS: STREETS AND TRAILS
  Moderator: Ettore Maria Mazzola
    Increasing Quality of Civic Place through Enhanced Square and Street Connectivity
    Felia Srinaga, Jakarta, Indonesia
    Acequia Trail Underpass, The Link and a Destination
    Solange Serquis, Santa Fe, NM
4.45 – 5.00 Discussion:
  What must we do to ensure complete pedestrian/bike networks?

La Fonda Hotel: Santa Fe 

2.30 – 4.00 URBAN DESIGN FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
  Moderator: Michael Mehaffy
    Neighborhood Design, Physical Activity, and Wellbeing: Applying the Walkability Model
    Adriana A Zuniga-Teran, Tucson, AZ
    Landscape Devices for Healthy Lifestyles in Metropolitan Areas: The Piers Project
    Cristina Imbroglini, Rome, Italy
    Lucina Caravaggi, Rome, Italy
    Health and the Built Environment
    Frank Pendrell, Denver, CO
4.00 – 4.30 Discussion:
  To change lifestyle patterns, must the built environment be made more convenient, attractive, and faster for trips by foot, bike and transit?

La Fonda Hotel: Ballroom 

5.00 – 6.00 Social Event and Poster Session
    Twitter as a tool for investigating livability in public places
    Anna Kovacs-Gyori, Salzburg, Austria
    The need for health-informed decision making: Tools for integrating health in urban design
    Zorana Matic, Atlanta, GA
    Planning for Pedestrians: A case study of the Seattle urban core and the use of its streets
    Devon McAslan, Seattle, WA
    Cultural Services of Urban Trees in Sacred Community Spaces
    Kanokwalee Sutteethorn, Berkeley, CA
     
* = AICP CM credits available