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Ethics & Social Justice in a Transformative Time

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Contributors

  • Bill Schultheiss, P.E. | Toole Design

    Bill Schultheiss leads Toole Design Group’s Sustainable Safety practice to help transportation agencies improve the safety performance of streets and enhance the livability of their communities. He believes strongly in the engineering professions ethical duty to enhance the health, safety and welfare of the public and has been working to improve design guidance to improve the professions ability to achieve these goals. He is a co-author of numerous industry standard street design guides including the AASHTO Bicycle Guide, the MUTCD, and the Massachusetts DOT Separated Bike Lane Guide.

  • Jeremy Chapman, PhD, P.E., PTOE, JD | Ramey Kemp & Associates

    Dr. Jeremy Chapman recently joined Ramey Kemp & Associates as a senior transportation engineer where his practice area will focus traffic safety. He previously was senior traffic engineer and research lead at American Structurepoint. Dr. Chapman also taught traffic and transportation engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana for 5 years. Before that, he spent the previous 6 years working at the Traffic Operations and Safety Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on a number of state, regional, and federal research projects. He earned his Master’s degree in transportation systems from the University of Illinois in 2001 and his doctorate in transportation safety and human factors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012.

December 3, 2019
Tue 2:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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