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Gender Design in Transportation: What You Can Do Today and How It Will Help Everyone

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  • Jana Schwartz, AICP, SITES AP

    Jana is a planner for Circulate San Diego, an active transportation nonprofit that works throughout San Diego County and other parts of Southern California. Jana brings experience in active transportation planning and urban design, with a focus in graphic communication and public engagement. Jana has worked in both the nonprofit and private sector and has helped provide improved open space and mobility opportunities to communities in California and the Midwest. Jana has experience in research and producing publications, as well as working as an instructor for courses in planning and landscape architecture. She holds a BS in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design from the University of California Davis and a Master's Degree in City and Regional Planning from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

  • Tania Wegwitz, MCIP, RPP

    Tania is the Senior Transportation Planner & Transit Lead for western Canada’s Watt Consulting Group and has over twenty years of experience in sustainable transportation and planning. Previously the manager of all long-term and short-term transit planning and implementations for the 54 transit systems in British Columbia outside of Metro Vancouver, Tania’s current transit-related work with Watt spans four provinces and all kinds of community contexts, including large urban centres, smaller towns, Indigenous communities and rural areas. Beyond transit, her work has also supported improving pedestrian, cycling and intermodal connections and a more holistic and integrated approach to mobility and development. She teaches workshops on transit planning and scheduling and also writes about transportation and communities at www.connectdots.ca.

  • Jessica Juriga Fields, P.E., AICP

    Jessica is Toole Design's Denver Office Director. With 20 years of experience in transportation, she has focused her career on accessible and multimodal solutions. Jessica has helped improve communities across the U.S. through complete street design, multimodal corridor planning, transit access planning, bicycle and pedestrian master planning, traffic calming work, and Vision Zero planning. She holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Tech. Jessica is on Toole Design’s Board of Directors and recently led the firm’s year-long diversity and inclusion planning effort.

February 5, 2019
Tue 3:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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