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May 17, 2017
12:00-1:30PM

Hacked, Disrupted and Put Back Together: Urbanism and the Smart City

APA Cincinnati Brown Bag Lunch

KZF Design

Please join APA Cincinnati for a Brown Bag Lunch Program:

Hacked, Disrupted and Put Back Together: Urbanism and the Smart City

Wednesday, May 17 at noon

KZF Design, 700 Broadway Street, Downtown

The Internet is rapidly changing how we plan and what we plan for. Explore how the Internet is reshaping cities and what planning profession can do to thoughtfully incorporate technology’s widespread influence into thriving places that support life’s daily needs. Joe Nickol of MKSK will share how might we proactively incorporate this new disruptive technology into cities and create communities that are attractive places to live in the long term.

Join us to consider how the internet has changed our cities and how both time-honored and new planning methods can help build thriving cities in an uncertain future.

CM Credits will be available for this event. Please forward to anyone else you know who may be interested!

 

Parking

There are several parking options nearby:

On-street

8th  & Sycamore Garage (1 to 2 hrs – $5)

685 Culvert St ($6/day)

7th  @ Broadway Garage (1 to 1.5 hrs – $8)

 

A Red Bike station is across the street at 8th & Broadway


2017-05-17 2017-05-17 13:30:00 America/Detroit Hacked, Disrupted and Put Back Together: Urbanism and the Smart City Please join APA Cincinnati for a Brown Bag Lunch Program: Hacked, Disrupted and Put Back Together: Urbanism and the Smart City Wednesday, May 17 at noon KZF Design, 700 Broadway Street, Downtown The Internet is rapidly changing how we plan and what we plan for. Explore how the Internet is reshaping cities and what planning profession can do to thoughtfully incorporate technology’s widespread influence into thriving places that support life’s daily needs. Joe Nickol of MKSK will share how might we proactively incorporate this new disruptive technology into cities and create communities that are attractive places to live in the long term. Join us to consider how the internet has changed our cities and how both time-honored and new planning methods can help build thriving cities in an uncertain future. CM Credits will be available for this event. Please forward to anyone else you know who may be interested!   Parking There are several parking options nearby: On-street 8th  & Sycamore Garage (1 to 2 hrs – $5) 685 Culvert St ($6/day) 7th  @ Broadway Garage (1 to 1.5 hrs – $8)   A Red Bike station is across the street at 8th & Broadway KZF Design