Committees


  • Transportation Committee End of Year Happy Hour

    Join the APA NY Metro Transportation Committee for our last happy hour of the year!  Mingle with fellow transportation enthusiasts, celebrate the end of another successful year, and help brainstorm Transportation Committee events and programs for the upcoming year. Snacks will be provided. Location: Amity Hall, 80 W 3rd St, New York, NY 10012 Date: […]

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  • APA-NYM Letter to Congress: Surface Transportation Reauthorization in 2020

    Last month, important steps were made toward surface transportation reauthorization in 2020 with the bipartisan vote to approve the America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act. As critical work moves forward on transportation and infrastructure, the NY Metro Chapter’s Executive Committee voted to sign on to the letter to Congress in support of the Surface Transportation Reauthorisation in […]

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  • Call for Submissions for Awards

    The Awards Committee welcomes nominations for the APA New York Metro Chapter’s Annual Awards. Each year, the APA New York Metro Chapter recognizes and celebrates individuals, organizations and projects which exemplify the best of show in planning in the region. The Chapter recognizes a variety of achievements. The Chapter awards projects from planning veterans and innovative beginners, and from private […]

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  • Join us for ‘Computer Vision & Planning Vision’ on Aug 8th @6pm

    What gets measured gets managed and computer vision and AI have the potential to transform any set of pixels into insight that was previously hard to gather at the city or regional scale. Join us for a virtual panel discussion ‘Computer Vision & Planning Vision’ August 8th, 6 to 8pm.

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  • Apply to APA-NYM’s 2019 Mentorship Program! Now through January 13th

    Join the Young Planners Group (YPG) Mentorship Program for a unique professional development opportunity.  The mentorship program is six months long, and offers planners of all levels an opportunity to expand one’s network while setting goals and working on achieving them. Mentor and mentee roles are available to planning practitioners of all experience levels and second-year graduate students. […]

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  • The City Planner Book Club Focuses on the Environment – Part II

    Recent selections of the facebook-based City Planner Book Club (affiliated with the NYMetro APA) offer powerful accounts of the catastrophic consequences, for human and ecosystem health, of pollution and habitat destruction. These include Silent Spring, the 1962 classic on the dangers of pesticides, Tom’s River, the  Pulitzer Prize winning case study on the poisoning of a New […]

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  • Mentorship Program 2018 Event

    We hope that you are all enjoying the end of the summer. We have selected a date and venue for our final event in the 2018 Mentorship Program: When: Wednesday, September 26th, 7pm – 9pm Where: Upstairs of Amity Hall in Manhattan (80 West 3rd Street, http://www.amityhallnyc.com/) Please RSVP to let us know if you […]

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  • Call for Nominations- APA NYM Chapter Awards

    Each year, the APA New York Metro Chapter bestows recognition on individuals, organizations, and projects that exemplify the best of the metropolitan region’s planning work. The awards are meant to highlight excellence in the field and inspire planners of the next generation. The APA New York Metro Chapter awards encompass a variety of achievements and […]

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  • The City Planner Book Club Focuses on the Environment – Part I

    Recent selections of the facebook-based City Planner Book Club (affiliated with the NYMetro APA) offer powerful accounts of the catastrophic consequences, for human and ecosystem health, of pollution and habitat destruction. These include Silent Spring, the 1962 classic on the dangers of pesticides, Tom’s River, the  Pulitzer Prize winning case study on the poisoning of a New […]

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  • MWBE Panel and Networking Event on Planning and Design

    On Tuesday, May 22nd 2018 the APA NY Metro Chapter Diversity Committee (DivComm) in partnership with New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) hosted an event during NYCxDesign week featuring Minority and/or Women Owned Business Enterprises in the urban planning, design, and landscape architecture fields. The event was […]

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