[Ok-sus] Walkability Workshop April 4th
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Mark your calendars! The Office of Sustainability and the OU Institute for Quality Communities are co-hosting Dan Burden of the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute for a walkability workshop on Thursday, April 4th.
This workshop is free and open to the public and intended to be an extension of the OUIQC's ongoing work on Western Avenue, titled Placemaking: A Framework to Enhance Urban Street Life. The study will aim to enhance the streetscape of the commercial district by recommending ways to improve walkability, mitigate accessibility concerns, and create a sense of place on the corridor.
For more information about the City's walkability initiatives, visit the Sustainability Office website.
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Plaza District Recap
Last summer, the City hosted a walkability workshop coordinated by the Sustainability Office and featuring Dan Burden and Sarah Bowman of the Walkable and Livable Communities (WALC) Institute.
Following the workshop, the WALC Institute prepared a report entitledA Vision for Active Living to convey findings and recommendations to Oklahoma City. View the report here.
More information about the Plaza District workshop is available on the Sustainability Office website.
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