Post date: Wed, 12/06/2017 - 12:36pm
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Dec 12, 2017
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This event was hosted by Portland State University's Research and Strategic PartnershipsSee the schedule for the monthly Research Rounds Speaker Series here.

REVISIT THE LECTURE: VIDEO AND SLIDES

 Miss the lecture or want a look back at the presentation? Watch the video, or view the presentation slides here.


"Naturally Occurring" or "Until Market Speculation Starts":...

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Post date: Tue, 07/11/2017 - 11:47am
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Principal Investigator: Lisa Bates, Portland State University
Learn more about this research by viewing the two-page Project Brief, related publications and the full Final Report on the Project Overview page.

Lead Investigator Lisa Bates gave a lecture at Portland State University in December 2017. Watch the video or ...
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Post date: Fri, 10/08/2010 - 11:46am
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A daylong conference Thursday in Salem focused on the ties between transportation and affordable housing. While not sponsored by OTREC, the conference dovetails with an OTREC theme, the intersection of land use and transportation.

Called "The Road Home: The Intersection of Transportation and Affordable Housing," the conference was sponsored by Housing Land Advocates, AARP and the Willamette University College of Law. Speakers tackled topics including transit-oriented development, land-use and transportation policies that spur the development of affordable housing, transportation agencies' civil rights obligations and climate change.

Although much of the discussion revolved around metro areas, one panel also addressed rural concerns. Sometimes simple solutions for small-town problems get overlooked, said panelist Travis Brouwer, senior federal affairs advisor with the Oregon Department of Transportation. Improving a local trail system can allow town residents to run errands without needing a personal vehicle, Brouwer said. Adding at least occasional bus service to the nearest large town can help residents go car-free, said Mary Kyle McCurdy, staff attorney for advocacy group 1000 Friends of Oregon.

The conference follows the...

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