2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning
Roundtable Conference

“Advancing Mobility, Sustainability, and Economic Competitiveness in the Mid-Atlantic Region”

4.75 AICP CM Credits are available for this event.

Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable

Chase Center on the Riverfront Wilmington, DE

Thursday, October 29, 2015, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable

The Wilmington Area Planning Council (WILMAPCO), Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), and Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) will host the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable.  The event, focusing on Mobility, Sustainability, and Economic Competitiveness in the Mid-Atlantic Region, will be take place on Thursday, October 29th at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, DE.

The Mid-Atlantic Roundtable continues a series of forums, running since 2005, to foster communication and address the urgent need to work collaboratively to solve present and future transportation challenges faced in the region. The roundtable allows public and private partners, with common goals, to share resources and collaborate on plans, projects, and a variety of contemporary issues. This year’s topics will include:  Federal Railroad Administration’s (FRA) Northeast Corridor (NEC) Future Program, Every Day Counts (EDC) Initiative, Planning Emphasis Areas (PEAs), federal authorization, regional transit projects, sustainability, and interregional freight planning and operations.  The Delaware Chapter  of the American Planning Association is  cosponsoring the event.  Certified planners may earn 4.75  certification maintenance credits (pending).

Planners, elected officials, and the public are invited to attend this free event.

About the Planning Roundtable

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable forums are held in response to the need to look beyond individual planning regions and foster communication and coordination between regions on transportation issues.  Roundtable events seek to:

  • Showcase regional planning and cooperation in the host region.
  • Include metropolitan and non-metropolitan perspectives in relation to State and Federal policy and resources.
  • Feature current and long-term issues relevant to local and regional development challenges for the Mid-Atlantic States and regions.
  • Involve academic and institutional regional research to utilize existing knowledge and develop new and expanded regional and multi-regional resources to support and inform planning and implementation at all levels.




Panel One

Panel Two

Lunch Session

Panel Three

Thank you conference sponsors!!




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