Rachel MacCleery is Senior Vice President at the Urban Land Institute, where she leads the organization’s Building Healthy Places Initiative and other programs. In addition to providing information about the “Building Healthy Places Initiative,” the luncheon presentation will include the findings of the recently-published ULI book, “Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier.” The book explores the interconnections among walking, bicycling, and real estate development and showcases the growing synergies between real estate development and bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure investments.
A summary of economic development, quality of life and infrastructure investment trends in active transportation.
Ten case studies profiling development projects that include significant bicycling and walking amenities.
Five case studies showcasing recent investments in active transportation infrastructure that have catalyzed adjacent development.