| August 18th, 2 PM | Credits: 1.0 PDH – HSW | This virtual presentation teaches why the street is an important part of our social and transportation structures.
Learning Objectives: Develop an understanding of the “Street” as Public Realm and how it has changed over the last century | Understand the goals of transportation engineering and the recent changes to federal highway design policy | Understand our present public health and ecological crises and how Complete Streets can impact it | Discussion of four major geographic demographics impacted by having or not having Complete Streets | Develop an understanding of local and national “Complete Streets Policies About the Presenter JOY KUEBLER, RLA
PRESIDENT OF JOY KUEBLER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, PC TRUSTEE NY UPSTATE CHAPTER ASLA
Joy focuses on the human experience in the landscape, integrating architecture and the outdoors to create unique, inspiring environments. Her work includes a mix of parks, streetscapes, education, community, commercial, and transportation projects. Her work has combined green infrastructure with cultural and social spaces in streetscapes to advance the conversation of Complete Streets. She launched her firm in 2003 to have a positive impact on the public’s quality of life through sensitive and responsible design for outdoor spaces.