As the 23rd annual Congress comes to Dallas-Fort Worth Texas this spring, North America stands at the cusp of two eras: For three generations we have built car-oriented infrastructure, housing, and businesses; Now we face tremendous pent-up demand for walkable, people-oriented places.
The dynamic, fourth-largest metro in the US exemplifies the opportunity to transform itself through better design, development, and transportation policy in response to shifting needs and demographics.
CNU 23: Meeting the Demand for Walkable Places will convene placemakers from across North America on a mission to advance the form and function of regions, cities, towns, and suburbs—now and in the future.
Be part of the energy and excitement in DFW for CNU 23, April 29 – May 2, 2015 by learning, networking, and collaborating with the top real estate developers, architects, public officials, planners, engineers, and advocates working to make our cities better places.
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Explore the Hands-on 202 sessions at CNU23
In addition to the standard program, each congress offers a set of in-depth, expert-taught 202 sessions.
202 sessions are advanced learning courses led by thought leaders and innovative practitioners. The experience is cutting-edge, hands-on, and immerses attendees in the on-the-ground context of Dallas/Fort Worth. Learn more and sign up here.