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    ULI New Mexico is led by a volunteer Management Committee that guides the organization, sets program priorities, drives ULI Mission and manages financial obligations and goals. Chair – Amy Coburn, University of New Mexico Governance Chair – Bruce Stidworthy, Bohannon Huston, Inc Treasurer – Josh … Read More

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ULI New Mexico News

Trends in Housing and Transportation in the…

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Taking the Wheel: Getting ABQ from here … to there, a publication of the Mid-Region Council of Governments and the Urban Land Institute New Mexico published June 2016 on the Trends in Housing and transportation in the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area is now available. Read More

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NEW! Trail-Oriented Development

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New ULI Report Looks at Projects Tailored to Those Who Prefer Cycling and Walking Over Driving. The report, written by ULI Senior Vice President Rachel MacCleery and ULI Senior Resident Fellow Edward McMahon, examines the impact of the growing interest in active transportation on economic development, public health, air quality, community design and real estate design and investment. Read More

ULI NM Member Wins Big Award for Climate…

Two Albuquerque residents, one – Aaron Sussman- who is a ULI NM member, have been recognized with an award from the 2016 Transportation Research Board’s special task force of climate change and energy for their “paper that best addresses climate change research.” The nonprofit TRB is based in Washington, D.C. Read More