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Apr 1922

Content Block Library

This page shows all of the different configurations of the content block builder.

Key findings and recommendations

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Text > Tables

Table Column Options

You will need to explicitly set the width of each column with a percentage %. Otherwise the width of each column will be based on the longest text in each column.

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Table Standard Size (w/caption, credit)

Table with optional caption. You can make type bold and italic, add links.

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Table Wide Size (w/background color)

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Table Wider Size (w/last row bold & first column bold, & credit)

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Media > Charts + Maps

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Media > Image Slider

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Media > Video

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Callouts > Callout Text

What if there were a fast, convenient and direct transit connection between the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn?

  • 1 million people
  • 890,000 people of color
  • 600,000 recipients of Medicare and Medicaid
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Callouts > Callout Quotes

As New York City’s population and economy continues to grow and the climate crisis worsens, cycling needs to become a truly viable transport- ation option for all New Yorkers that works in tandem with a healthy street and subway system.”

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As New York City’s population and economy continues to grow and the climate crisis worsens, cycling needs to become a truly viable transport- ation option for all New Yorkers that works in tandem with a healthy street and subway system.”

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As New York City’s population and economy continues to grow and the climate crisis worsens, cycling needs to become a truly viable transportation option for all New Yorkers that works in tandem with a healthy street and subway system.
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2 Column > Text w/Image

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2 Column > Text w/Chart or Map

Everviz Titles

The default chart Title is a little bit too large in relation to the text, so change it to 14pt in Everviz.

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Featured > Links, Banners, Members, Entries

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This blog entry has a custom summary, and is using the Secondary” Card Type option, with a yellow background.
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Event Highlight

Assembly 2020

Remember when we used to have events?

Speakers

Joe Biden
President
A Woman
Vice President
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Ensuring an Equitable COVID-19 Recovery

The New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan region was the epicenter of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and RPA is working to ensure it becomes the epicenter of recovery.

Saving Public Transit & Advancing Transit Equity

Public transit is the lifeblood of the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan region but our transit system is facing an existential crisis. RPA is asking all levels of government to step up and save transit.

Building a Decarbonized Economy

RPA is advocating for policies and investments that can help our region hit ambitious climate targets without triggering other crises of equity, affordability or economic decline.

Reducing Segregation & Inequality

Our region is one of the most segregated parts of the United States and has some of the highest levels of income inequality. RPA analyzes the scope of these structural inequities and works with partners to address them.

Designing Streets for Recovery & Equity

RPA has long advocated for prioritizing people over cars. Amid the pandemic, RPA is building momentum for large-scale, permanent changes to promote transit, biking, cycling, and walking on streets.

Restoring the Promise of Public Housing

RPA is proposing strategies to increase funding and improve management for NYCHA, and we’re building the political and civic will necessary to implement them.
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The Fourth Plan seeks to address issues including housing affordability, overburdened transportation infrastructure, and vulnerability to climate change — by addressing the underlying shortcomings in the region’s governance structures.
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Our Region

RPA operates in the interconnected 31-county New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan region.

Map of the Region RPA works in

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States

31

Counties

782

Municipalities

23 million

Residents

13 thousand

Square Miles

Our Areas of Expertise

  • Energy & Environment

    Energy & Environment

    RPA’s Energy & Environment program helps the region to rise to the challenge of climate change through proactive regional planning, smart policy development, and advocacy for sustainable land use practices.

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  • Housing & Neighborhood Planning

    Housing & Neighborhood Planning

    RPA’s Housing & Neighborhood Planning program explores how to make the region affordable for everyone and builds collaborative local plans focused on healthy, inclusive, and well-designed communities.

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  • Transportation

    Transportation

    RPA’s Transportation program helps shape and strengthen the network of railways, roads, airports and ports that binds the region together and connect us to the rest of the world.

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  • Governance

    Governance

    RPA works to fix the institutions that are failing us by assisting and reforming the governments and agencies responsible for investments and policies that cut across the region’s three states and 782 municipalities.

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