Environment & Sustainability

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NYC Event Alert: 4/3 Urban Sustainability Happy Hour

You’re invited to the fourth installment of the NYC Urban Sustainability Happy Hour on Thursday, April 3rd at Amity Hall (80 W 3rd Street, NYC) from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Come have a drink with others working on innovations in urban sustainability and connected technologies in NYC. If you are interested in urban planning, sustainable development, … Continue reading

NYC JOB ALERT: NYCT ANALYST – SANDY RECOVERY

NYCT Subways Recovery & Resiliency team is hiring 2 new “Sandy Fellows”.  The jobs are now posted on the MTA web site and on LinkedIn, with the applications closing on 2/7/2014. Please see the descriptions below and share them with anyone who you think might be a good fit. They are also open to candidates … Continue reading

YPT Innovator Series — Ship Anything, Anytime, Anywhere with uShip

 Today we talk to uShip’s Timur Eligulashvili, VP of Commercial Products.  Timur has over 10 years of experience in the transportation logistics industry.  Before uShip he held several roles in logistics including analyst, sales, product manager, and even company founder.  We talk to Timur about how uShip’s innovative marketplace has changed the logistics industry, the current … Continue reading

YPT Event Discount: Smart Growth Social

Hey DC-area YPTers! The Coalition for Smarter Growth, the DC region’s leading organization advocating for transit, pedestrian, and bicycling infrastructure, has invited YPT members and friends to attend its Smart Growth Social with special guest and author Jeff Speck on Wednesday, October 2. We’ve worked with the Coalition for Smarter Growth to offer YPT members and friends a special … Continue reading

The Panama Canal Expansion: An Update for Urban Planners

By Linda Roberson Linda is a graduate of the Urban Design program at UC Berkeley and currently works as a consultant in San Francisco. For more information, please email: linda.roberson@gmail.com As interest in the Panama Canal Expansion seems to be growing beyond ports and congressional committees into the worlds of transit planners and urban designers, … Continue reading

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