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Workshop: Our Changing Mobility Landscape: What It Means for Our Profession

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Contributors

  • Bill Schwartz, AICP (Principal, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Boston, MA)

    Bill Schwartz, AICP (M) is a Principal in the Boston office of Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates. He leads projects for a variety of the firm’s clients including municipalities, transit agencies, and universities. His recent work includes developing curbside management and mobility hub guidance, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and microtransit implementation strategies, and trip-planning resource strategies. Bill is an expert in mobility planning for transit-dependent populations and was the Managing Editor of the Federal Transit Administration’s ADA Circular. he chairs the ITE Mobility as a Service (MaaS)/Mobility on Demand (MOD) Steering Committee. Bill’s studied Government and Geography at Clark University and received a Master’s in Transportation from MIT.

  • Brian Welch, AICP (Senior Manager of Planning Technical Services, Regional Transportation District, Denver, CO)

    Brian Welch, AICP (F) is Senior Manager of Planning Technical Services for the Regional Transportation District in Denver. His RTD portfolio includes Reimagine RTD, long-range bus and rail service planning and fleet management, parking pricing technical analysis, bus and rail system expansion and system optimization, NEPA implementation and compliance, and travel demand and parking demand forecasting. Brian led RTD’s Continuous Improvement and Innovation program. He is a member of the ITE Mobility as a Service (MaaS)/Mobility on Demand (MOD) Steering Committee. Brian holds undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of California, Berkeley.

  • Chris Comeau, AICP-CTP (Transportation Planner, Public Works Engineering, Bellingham, WA)

    Chris Comeau, AICP-CTP (M) is the City of Bellingham’s Transportation Planner and over the past 20 years has helped Bellingham transform from vehicle-oriented to multimodal transportation policies, programs, and implementation practices. Since 2017, Chris has served on the Washington State Active Transportation Safety Advisory Council and on the national project team for the ITE Recommended Practice for Multimodal Transportation Impact Analysis. Most recently, Chris’ work has resulted in the League of American Bicyclists promoting Bellingham to a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Community - one of only two cities in Washington to gain that status. Chris holds undergraduate and master’s degrees from Northern Arizona University.

  • Jason Novsam, (Senior Associate, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Boston, MA)*

    Jason Novsam is Senior Associate in the Boston office of Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates where he leads many of the firm’s parking, transportation demand management, and private development projects. He is an expert in the use of demand estimation models in urban environments. Recently Jason led the development of a right-of-way analysis and allocation tool, a platform that helps municipal staff develop better roadway projects that reflect the priority needs of potentially competing users. Jason holds an undergraduate degree from Emory University and a master’s degree from Georgia Institute of Technology.

July 21, 2021
Wed 4:00 PM EDT

Duration 2H 0M

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