This week on the podcast we’re joined by Joe DiStefano of Urban Footprint.We talk about Joe’s work with Calthorpe Associates, where he does regional planning. Joe also talks about creating digital tools for big planning ideas, the importance of planners having information at their fingertips, and how planners should remind everyone that plans are about people.
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