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Vision Zero Design Sandbox Competition

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The goal of the Vision Zero Design Sandbox Competition, held earlier this year and sponsored by the ITE Consultants Council, was to encourage teams to think beyond the traditional ways of assessing crash data based on historic information and move towards a more proactive approach by leveraging new near-miss data analytics and technology. Teams were challenged to demonstrate how automated conflict data being collected through innovative technologies in Bellevue, Washington can be used to gain new insights into safety problems and the selection of low-cost countermeasures at intersections. This session will include finalist presentations from both student and consultant-led teams, which will be judged and winners announced at the Power Plenary Session on July 22.

Moderator:Amir Rizavi, P.E., ENV SP, Director of Transportation Systems, VHB, New York, New York


  • Amir Rizavi, P.E., ENV SP, Director of Transportation Systems, VHB, New York, New York

    With experience spanning two decades, Amir Rizavi, Director of Transportation Systems at VHB, has built a resume highlighted by traffic engineering services for planning, infrastructure, design, and development projects, including transformational developments in and around New York City like Greater East Midtown Rezoning, Essex Crossing, and the Industry City Innovation Economy Hub. For ITE, Amir has served in leadership positions at the Regional and International levels, was a part of the inaugural class of Leadership ITE in 2014, and was the co-chair for the 2021 Northeastern District Meeting. In 2021, Amir received the prestigious ITE Northeastern District Harvey B. Boutwell Distinguished Service Award for his diligent and devoted service to ITE and the Northeastern District.

July 20, 2021
Tue 4:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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