The 2017 Conference on Regional and Metropolitan Planning in Wisconsin took place on October 30 and 31 in Milwaukee. The conference was very successful, driven primarily by the quality of our presenters and the questions from attendees. We were honored to be joined by WisDOT Secretary Dave Ross and Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow, along with our distinguished presenters. The agenda included six sessions, which generated interesting conversations about major topics and issues in regional planning. The full presentations document provided includes a table of contents with links to the presentations. In addition, each individual presentation can be downloaded.
Thank you to those who participated in this year’s conference!
Full Presentations Document (21.2 MB)
Session 1 - Megaregions, Economics and Infrastructure Needs
Session 2 - Resilient Transportation
Session 3 - Environmental Trends in Wisconsin, With a Focus on the Southeastern Region
Session 4 - Employment Trends in Wisconsin
Session 5 - Technology Trends and the Future of Travel
Session 6 -Processing What We Heard
This was a group discussion; no presentations were shown.