ULI Northwest - Urbanism Next | Univ. of Oregon Sustainable Cities Institute


Monday, November 18th, 2019
5:30pm - 7:30pm PST


MG2 1101 2Nd Ave Ste 100 Seattle, WA 98101-2923 UNITED STATES

Impacts of Emerging Technologies on Cities

Advances in emerging technologies – such as autonomous vehicles (AV’s), E-commerce, and the sharing economy – are having profound effects not only on how we live, move, and spend our time in cities, but also on urban form and development itself. These new technologies are changing how people and goods move, and this has implications for the layout of cities and the places we spend our time. While the potential impacts will likely first be felt in large urban areas, they will not be confined to them. Significant disruption is expected in urban and suburban communities alike, changing how people young and old will move around their communities.

This disruption presents opportunities and challenges for new development. How will the demand for parking change? Should we plan for more pickup and drop-off zones? How much and what attributes will be needed for delivery and storage of groceries and goods? What do these changes mean for your work? Find out this and more from the experts at the University of Oregon’s Urbanism Next Center.

When /
Mon 18 Nov at 5:30pm

Where / MG2's 'Town Square' venue, 3rd floor at 1101 2nd Ave #100 in downtown Seattle

With / Nico Larco, AIA & Becky Steckler, AICP of University of Oregon's Sustainable Cities Institute

/ Includes networking & thought provoking discussions over hors d'oeuvres & beverages

/ $25 - $15 for ULI members & $35 - $20 for non-members

Online registration deadline: Friday, November 15

Questions? Contact northwest@uli.org