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Innovative Approaches to Multimodal Transportation Assessments

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  • Moderator: Michelle DeRobertis | Transportation Choices for Sustainable Communities

    Michelle DeRobertis, PhD., P.E. was chair of the ITE Committee on Transit & Traffic Impact Studies, and led the preparation of the State of the Practice ITE Informational Report, which ITE published in February 2019. 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. She brings a multi-modal perspective to transportation studies. Michelle holds a B.S. and M.S. in civil engineering from the UC Berkeley and received a PhD from the University of Brescia, Italy in 2019. She is a registered Civil and Traffic Engineer in California and an ITE Fellow. She is a Principal with Transportation Choices for Sustainable Communities Research and Policy Institute in Oakland, California, and a Research Associate with Mineta Transportation Institute in San José, California.

  • Aaron Zimmerman | District Department of Transportation (DDOT)

    Mr. Zimmerman has served as DDOT's Development Review Program Manager since 2016. He has fifteen years of transportation planning experience within the public, private, and non-profit sectors. He holds a master’s degree in transportation policy from George Mason University, a bachelor’s in urban planning from the State University of New York at Albany, and is a certified Professional Transportation Planner (PTP). Early in his career, Mr. Zimmerman was instrumental in the founding of the organization Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT). In graduate school, he was recognized with the Outstanding Student of the Year award by USDOT's University Transportation Center Program. Today he is active on several Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) committees and technical councils and is an alumnus of ITE’s leadership development program, LeadershipITE. The project he is presenting on, DDOT's Guidance for Comprehensive Transportation Review, received the 2019 WDCSITE Project of the Year Award.

  • Jenny Delumo | San Francisco Planning Department

    Jenny Delumo is a Senior Planner and Transportation Review Team lead at the San Francisco Planning Department where she reviews complex transportation projects for environmental impacts and works on the continued modernization of the city’s transportation review process. In addition to transportation and environmental planning, she has experience in sustainable development, redevelopment, inter-agency collaboration.

  • Wade Wietgrefe | San Francisco Planning Department

    Wade Wietgrefe, AICP, is a principal planner and transportation review team manager with the San Francisco Planning Department, where he has been employed since 2011. Mr. Wietgrefe manages environmental and transportation review and policy. He has led several environmental policy efforts including transportation impact analysis guidelines update, vehicle miles traveled transition, and a comprehensive transportation demand management program. He was previously employed by Winzler & Kelly. He holds a M.S. in planning from the University of Arizona and B.A. in geography and history from Gustavus Adolphus College.

November 21, 2019
Thu 3:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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