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The Safe Systems Approach to Speed Management: An emerging safety trend in the US

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Contributors

  • Wes Kumfer, Ph.D., Engineering Research Associate | UNC Highway Safety Research Center

    Wes Kumfer is an engineering research associate at the UNC Highway Safety Researcher and the research program manager for the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety. He has a doctorate in civil engineering and researches crash prediction models, risk-based pedestrian safety analysis, and Safe Systems.

  • John Milton,Ph.D.,PE, R.S.P., PTOE, State Safety Engineer | PIARC, World Road Association

    John Milton works for the Washington State Department of Transportations, where he is the State Safety Engineer, and the Director of Transportation Safety and Systems Analysis.He is a licensed engineer with over 30 years of experience in multimodal safety, design, traffic operations, asset and risk management.John holds a B.S.in Civil Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Management from St. Martin’s College;he also holds a M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil  Engineering from the University of Washington.
    He is the current Safety Section Chair for the Transportation Research Board(TRB), Vice Chair for the Committee on Safety for the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and is a member of United State’s National Committee to the World Road Association, where he is the working group lead for the PIARC Road Safety Manual and was recently elected to Chair TC.3.1: Road Safety, starting in 2020.

  • Claudia Adriazola-Steil, Director | Health and Road Safety Program | WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities

    Claudia is the Urban Mobility Deputy Director and the Health & Road Safety Program Director at WRI. She works on the global strategy for addressing the public health impact that comes from urban transportation and urban development. She focuses in particular on ways to improve traffic safety, air quality, physical activity, and quality of life through sustainable mobility and urban design in cities. She currently serves in the Steering Committee in charge of organizing the Third Global Ministerial Conference in Road Safety in Sweden 2020. Claudia has been recognized as a Remarkable Women in Transport 2019 by GIZ. Claudia has held different managerial positions in the Peruvian public sector among them General Director of Land Transportation in the Ministry of Transport. Claudia is a lawyer, trained in Germany in Transport Management and in 2008 graduated with an Executive Master of Public Administration and a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Public Administration at Syracuse University, New York.

  • James Shahamiri, Engineer | SFMTA

    James has been practicing traffic engineering for eleven years at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. James started his career redesigning streets in San Francisco to safely and comfortably accommodate people riding bicycles. For the past five years, James has been the engineering lead for San Francisco’s Vision Zero program. As part of this role, James helps develop engineering policies to improve the safety and mobility of all road users, especially those who are most vulnerable to traffic collisions.

June 26, 2019
Wed 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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