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Introducing ITE's New Transit and Traffic Impact Studies State of the Practice

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This webinar will introduce the soon-to-be released, ITE informational report, Transit and Traffic Impact Studies State of the Practice, prepared as a collaborative effort over a period of several years by a project committee of the ITE Transit Standing Committee of the Complete Streets Council. The report is intended to fill a major gap in the area of addressing transit service in site traffic impact studies and the findings may have equal applicability to other types of transportation studies as well.

During the webinar, presenters, also primary contributors of the report, will delve into how the report will help local jurisdiction staff and transportation consultants who are responsible for scoping the Traffic Impact Studies to: 1) develop the scope of work describing the issues to be addressed; 2) identify the metrics and thresholds to be used in the analysis; and 3) write the local agency policy and guidelines that practitioners must follow in conducting these studies.

Contributors

  • Michelle DeRobertis, M.S.. P.E.

    Michelle DeRobertis is Chair of the ITE Committee on Transit & Traffic Impact Studies. She is a Principal with Transportation Choices for Sustainable Communities Research and Policy Institute in Oakland, CA, USA. Michelle has more than 30 years of experience in transportation engineering, 20 years as a consultant and 10 years in the public sector. Her areas of expertise are bicycle and pedestrian transportation and transit-friendly city policies bringing a multi-modal perspective to transportation studies. She was a German Marshall Fund Fellow in 2009, studying German and Italian policies. Michelle holds a B.S. and M.S. in civil engineering from the UC Berkeley and is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Brescia, Italy. She is a registered Civil and Traffic Engineer and an ITE Fellow.

  • John S. Kulpa, PhD

    Dr. John Kulpa is a veteran of all things transportation -- planes, trains and automobiles. He completed his BA studies at New York University, MS at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and PhD at LaSalle University. He is currently an Associate Vice President/Program Manager with HNTB based in Miami. His career spans nearly four decades in both the public and private sectors working on major rail, highway, aviation and transit projects across the US and overseas. He also was one of the principal authors of the first City Environmental Quality Review manual guidance for transportation for the City of New York. John currently resides in Key Biscayne, Florida with his wife and two dogs and not too far from the ocean where he can be found beaching and swimming every chance he gets.

  • Brian T. Welch, AICP

    Mr. Welch’s multi-modal transportation planning experience includes seven years with the Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD); 12 years of public sector service with Danville, California; and 11 years of private consulting with Fehr & Peers in California and Colorado. His career has been characterized by key leadership and project management roles for complex, inter-jurisdictional, high-profile public and private sector work. Recognized for his expertise on the relationship between transportation and the built environment, he has authored papers and spoken at professional conferences on a range of topics including surface transportation/land use, travel demand modeling, strategic planning, and organizational leadership. His graduate and undergraduate degrees are from the University of California, Berkeley, and Brian is an ITE Fellow and AICP Member.

February 28, 2019
Thu 12:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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