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Elevation 2.0 - SS-06: How Can Regional Planners Better Consider Social Equity in Analysis, Engagement

July 05, 2022 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | 2.0, Elevation
In 2020, Metro Vancouver and TransLink collaborated with Keltie Craig Consulting, Licker Geospatial Consulting, and Luna Aixin Consulting to explore regional inequity patterns through the mapping of data and stakeholder engagement. This panel discussion will present the work completed as part of this study, including findings from stakeholder engagement, best practice review, the extensive mapping of various social equity indicators, and multivariate indexes developed through advanced statistical analysis. In the absence of a generally agreed-upon model for analyzing and incorporating inequity in regional long-range planning, panellists will invite participants to consider how the findings could be used or refined in a policy-based context. In other words, how should long-range regional planning and strategies best consider and address the idea of social equity, to support more equitable regional land use and transportation planning in Metro Vancouver and beyond?




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