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Monthly Newsletter November 2019

Nov 04, 2019

Published in: Newsletter Archive

Land F/X Monthly Newsletter October 2019
Monthly Newsletter

November 1, 2019

Support Ending for AutoCAD 2015
Support Ending for AutoCAD 2015 on January 1, 2020
On January 1, 2020, our support for AutoCAD 2015 will end. Our software will still function with CAD 2015 and older but will be locked from updating to newer versions of Land F/X.
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ASLA AFTER-PARTY: Let the Fun Begin!
ASLA After Party Saturday November 16, 2019 6-11pm
How do I get in? Come visit us at our ASLA booth and pick up your wings!
When? November 16, wheels up at 6 p.m.

Where? The San Diego Air & Space Museum
Drinks, finger foods, flight simulator, photo booth, and fun!
Annual ASLA Convention in San Diego November 15-18, 2019
November 15–18, 2019
San Diego Convention Center
111 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101

The Annual ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture is almost here, and it's happening in San Diego. Stop by Booth 3035 to get 50% off new or additional purchases of Land F/X licenses. Be sure to grab a party invite as well, because you don't want to miss our annual ASLA after-party.
After Spike in Deaths, New York to Get 250 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes
New York to Get 250 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes
An intersection in Brooklyn where a 10-year-old boy riding his bicycle was killed by a car. 
Credit...Calla Kessler/The New York Times

Riding a bicycle in New York City is often a harrowing journey across a patchwork of bike lanes that leave cyclists vulnerable to cars. The dangers came into focus this year after 25 cyclists were killed on city streets — the highest toll in two decades.

The city has agreed on a $1.7 billion plan that would sharply expand the number of protected bike lanes as part of a sweeping effort to transform the city’s streetscape and make it less perilous for bikers.


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