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In this panel session, you will hear about impacts of COVID -19 on different levels of government agencies including state, county, city, and neighborhood. The panelists will discuss mobility recovery, transport of goods, change in travel patterns, safety, and community building.
Moderator: Kirsten Tynch, P.E., PTOE, ENV SP, Managing Director – Virginia Beach, VHB
- Familiarize yourself with the characteristics of successful open streets implementations and access to businesses and attractions
- Understand the placemaking methods to expand physical distancing space to alleviate public health concerns of overcrowding and support other emerging needs, such as curb changes and temporary streets closures, as part of the COVID-19 recovery
- Learn about the traffic count and analysis methodologies during disruptive events
Presentations Titles & Speakers:
- “The Impacts of COVID-19 in the Transportation System of Puerto Rico in the Middle of Recovery of Hurricanes and Earthquakes Natural Disasters”, Benjamin Colucci-Rios, Ph.D, P.E., PTOE, FITE, F.ASCE, Director, Puerto Rico Transportation Technology Transfer Center, University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
- “Public Transit and COVID-19: Global Research and Best Practices”, Daniel Schack, AICP, Senior Associate, Sam Schwartz Consulting, New York, New York
“From COVID-19 Emergency Streets to Quick Builds: San Francisco's Tenderloin Program”, Kimberly Leung, P.E., T.E., Transportation Engineer – Livable Streets Team Leader, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, San Francisco, California
“Roadway Operating Conditions in the Time of COVID: Emptier, not Safer”, Terence Zhao, Transportation Planner, Fehr & Peers, Oakland, California and Becca Sial, AICP, Solution Engineer, Streetlight Data, Richmond, VA
“Traffic Counts in times of COVID: A Tale of Two Cities”, Kristie Gladhill, P.E., Project Delivery QA/QC Program Manager, Oregon Department of Transportation, Portland, Oregon and Katie Brown, Transportation Analyst/Modeler, Oregon Department of Transportation, Salem, Oregon