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Innovations in Transportation Impacts Analysis

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Over the past 30 years, Traffic Impact Analyses have been an integral and primary tool in evaluating future traffic impacts to local road networks generated by new land development. The primary function on these studies are to assess future traffic conditions to determine the best engineering solutions to offset impacts from a land development project. This session discusses the importance of assessing safety and future conflicts in the review of traffic impact analysis for land use development and real-world applications of big-data platforms in performing transportation studies, which are particularly helpful with atypical traffic conditions such as those experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the importance of safety in the evaluation of site-specific development and change of land use
  • Describe the policy and regulatory considerations in assessing safety
  • Summarize real-world applications of big-data that have been used in practice
  • Identify the limitations of big-data and areas where future enhancements would be helpful
Speakers:
  • Daniel Solomon, AICP, LEED ND, Director, Planning, Gorove Slade and Sasha Redmon, EIT, Transportation Engineer, Gorove Slade
    • Applications of Big-Data in Transportation Impact Analyses
  • Will Capers, PTP, Director of Planning and Community Development, Town of Dumfries, Virginia
  • Jenny Delumo, Senior Planner and Transportation Review Team Lead, San Francisco Planning Department
PDH/CM Credits Available: 1.5
To earn your credits, you must view the session and complete the associated evaluation. Once your evaluation is completed, your certificate will be available in your ITE Learning Hub account.

Contributors

  • Moderator: Aaron Zimmerman, Senior Transportation Planner / Site Development Program Manager, District Department of Transportation

  • Daniel Solomon, AICP, LEED ND, Director, Planning, Gorove Slade

    Daniel Solomon is a transportation planner and Director of Planning in the Washington DC office of Gorove Slade. His work with public agencies and private firms encompasses the vast spectrum of transportation related planning work, including but not limited to Small Area Plans, Master/Campus Planning, Multimodal Transportation Studies, and Smart Mobility. His work includes projects across the United States, but his primary focus area is in the Washington DC and Northern Virginia areas. He holds both LEED AP ND and AICP credentials.

  • Sasha Redmon, EIT, Transportation Engineer, Gorove Slade

    Sasha Redmon is a transportation engineer in the Alexandria, VA office of Gorove Slade. Since joining Gorove Slade in 2019, her work has consisted of various transportation engineering and planning work with both public and private entities, including but not limited to Multimodal Transportation Studies, Parking Studies, K through 12 School Studies, and Master/Campus Planning. Her work is primarily focused in the Northern Virginia and Washington DC areas.

  • Will Capers, PTP, Director of Planning and Community Development, Town of Dumfries, Virginia

    William (Will) Capers III is an experienced transportation professional with an academic and professional background in transportation planning and land development. He is certified as a Professional Transportation Planner (PTP), and in current role serves as the Director of Planning & Community Development for the Town of Dumfries, Virginia. Will has experience that expands over a decade in preparing, managing, and reviewing transportation impact analyses, and over a decade in reviewing site specific land development applications through entitlement in both the public and private sector. Will holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from VCU, and a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Tech. He is currently an adjunct professor with the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Urban and Regional Studies program at Virginia Commonwealth University where he teaches Transportation Planning and Policy.

  • Jenny Delumo, Senior Planner and Transportation Review Team Lead, 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.

March 23, 2021
Tue 1:30 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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