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ULI BC: The Next Million – Car Sharing and Changing Parking Requirements

April 19, 2016
7:45 am - 9:00 am
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
550 Burrard Street, Suite 2900
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 0A3 Canada
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The Next Million: Car Sharing and Changing Parking Requirements (and implications for land use, developers, and livability).

Learn how car sharing is changing the region’s parking needs and creating opportunities and challenges.  Topics for discussion include whether current parking requirements are needed or outdated, and how to integrate car share programs into transit oriented developments.

Speakers will include Sylvain Celaire from Modo, Brad Howard from PCI to discuss a developer perspective, and Translink transportation planner Adrian Bell.   This discussion will be moderated by Wendy Waters, Director, Portfolio Analysis & Research Services, GWL Realty Advisors, Inc.

ULI BC’s “Next Million” series is designed to explore the challenges and opportunities involved in accommodating another million people in the Lower Mainland by ~2040. 


7:45am – 8:00am – Registration & Networking
8:00am – 8:45am – Panel Presentations & Discussion
8:45am – 9:00am – Q&A

Registration Details:

Public | Private Members / Non-members: $30 / $40
Young Leader | Student | Retired Members / Non-members: $20 / $30
*All fees are in CDN dollars

Registration includes complimentary refreshments and light continental style breakfast. Click here for a downloadable registration form.

Registration deadlines: Phone – April 15 | Online – April 18
Note: Onsite registration will be available if space permits, however a 15% increase will apply post April 18th.

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Space is limited, be sure to register early!

This is ULI BC’s second presentation in our 2015-2016 series, “The Next Million”. Subsequent events will build on this outlook and bring speakers to promote discussion on topics ranging from transportation and transit options to accommodate the next million, to livability for families in higher density environments, to provisioning sufficient job space for a city of 3.5 million, options for housing affordability, and more.  Suggestions for future topics and speakers are welcome from ULI members.

Download a copy of the speaker presentations here and check out the photos from this discussion here!

Click here to view a list of attendees.

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