Participants in the NCSG’s third GIS summer internship program for high schoolers assessed the walkability of streets in College Park. The six-week program was coordinated by NCSG graduate assistant, Chelsie Miller.
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.