The NCSG is pleased to announce a graduate assistantship available for a student with a focus on Land-Use/Transportation/Environmental-Impact Modeling. The ideal candidate has a background in computer modeling and brings experience in a scripting language or a programming language.
Nearly 100 people participated in the June 10 event, which offered people in the Baltimore and Washington regions the opportunity to share recent experiences in a broad range of planning initiatives and to learn from others about their successes (and, as important, failures).
On Thursday, May 8, Georgia Tech’s Ellen Dunham-Jones kicked-off Makeover Montgomery 2 with her keynote address entitled "Raising the Bar on Suburban Retrofits." Watch the recording of the presentation today.
NCSG Executive Director Gerrit Knaap’s op ed in the Washington Post follows a highly successful workshop to address economic and community development along the Purple Line Corridor.
Unfortunately, the brownbag webinar originally scheduled for today must be postponed. Please stay tuned to this website for announcements of future brownbag presentations.