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Workshop: Walk the Mile: An Interactive Workshop in Transportation Equity

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Contributors

  • Kristof Devastey, P.E., PTOE, PTP, Toole Design

    Kristof is a licensed Professional Engineer with extensive experience in traffic and transportation engineering that emphasizes roadway safety, livable transportation, and Complete Streets. He is also experienced in transportation planning studies and traffic operational analyses; however, Kristof’s passion resides in finding ways to reconcile conventional approaches to safety with safe systems approaches and Complete Streets.

  • Cipriana Thompson Eckford, P.E., PTOE, Toole Design

    Cipriana has been working in the traffic engineering field, in both public and private sectors, for almost twenty years. She has a breadth of experience across traffic design, analysis, operations and safety. As the Director of Operations for the Mid-Atlantic Region at Toole Design Group, she helps to coordinate the regional vision, efforts and programs and works to advance the amazing work the company is doing in all facets of equitable multimodal design. She earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Florida A&M University and a MS in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University. She is passionate about advocating for HBCUs, giving voice to the unheard and working towards a more equitable society.

  • Andy Clarke, Toole Design

    Andy Clarke has been at the forefront of the bicycling and walking movement for over three decades, both in the United States and in Europe. He has spent his career trying to improve, analyze and explain complex national transportation policies, programs, and procedures so that state and local agency staff and community groups can create more bicycle-friendly and walkable communities. Andy served for 12 years as the President of the League of American Bicyclists, during which time the League's Bicycle Friendly Community Program and National Bike Summit emerged as critical road maps to the creation of more walkable and bikeable communities. He served as the first Executive Director of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals, and has also been Secretary General of the European Cyclists' Federation. In these various roles over the past 30 years, Andy has been involved in nearly every major development in bicycling and walking policy and planning, including the formation of the National Complete Streets Coalition and the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, multiple federal transportation funding bills, and Vision Zero. He has trained thousands of state and local officials on bicycle and pedestrian facility design, universal design, and implementation, and has spoken extensively in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Europe on these topics. As Director of Strategy, Andy draws on his years of expertise and extensive network to help state and local clients across the country tackle their most difficult transportation challenges.

July 21, 2021
Wed 4:00 PM EDT

Duration 2H 0M

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