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Introducing ITE’s New Parking Generation Manual, 5th Edition

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The webinar presents the key elements of ITE’s Parking Generation Manual (PGM), 5th Edition. Topics covered include the introduction of additional new analysis capabilities (e.g., location/setting type day of the week variations, seasonal variations), time of day distributions and parking supply ratios. The webinar also provides a live demonstration of the new ITEParkGen web app that enables the analyst access to the full ITE parking generation database for specialized analysis.

Contributors

  • Lisa Fontana Tierney, Traffic Engineering Senior Director, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, DC

    Lisa Fontana Tierney has 27 years of experience in the field of traffic engineering and transportation planning. She received her bachelor of science degree in civil and environmental engineering from Clarkson University and a master of science degree in urban systems engineering from George Mason University. Lisa is currently serving as ITE’s traffic engineering senior director. In her time with ITE she has been actively involved in the development and dissemination of several traffic engineering and safety resources including ITE’s Trip Generation and Parking Generation Manuals. Lisa has served as the project manager for the past several editions of ITE’s Trip Generation Manual and she has been directly involved in the development and review of technical content.

  • Kevin Hooper, Principal, Kevin Hooper Associates, Falmouth, ME

    Kevin is a part-time contractor with ITE, directing with this update of Parking Generation Manual and development of the web-based app. He served a similar role for the Trip Generation Manual, 10th Edition released in 2017. He has participated in many trip and parking generation research projects across the U.S. - most recently for TTI and Caltrans, for District of Columbia Department of Transportation, and for TRB. He is based in Maine where he maintains the statewide and several regional travel demand models.

March 7, 2019
Thu 2:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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