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This session will provide details on creating complete corridors through right-sizing and lane allocation projects. Projects featured in this session will explore lessons learned in achieving complete corridors. The session will feature large scale projects to transforming main streets, as well as both permanent and pilot projects that are creating complete streets at a corridor scale.

Learning Objectives:

  • Summarize various ways to create complete corridors.
  • Highlight projects that have successfully completed reallocating right away toward multiple modes.
  • Describe lessons learned on real-world projects creating complete streets.

Moderator:
Claude Strayer, P.E., RSP1, Fehr & Peers

Presentation Titles &
Speakers:
  • Complete Corridors - I-270 North Design Build Project”, Shawn Leight, P.E., PTOE, PTP, Vice President / COO, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners, St. Louis, Missouri and Jennifer Becker, P.E., I-270 North Design Build Design Coordinator, Missouri Department of Transportation, St. Louis, Missouri and Jacob Kaltenbronn, Transportation Operations Analyst, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Right-Sizing” S. Florida Avenue (SR 37) in Lakeland, FL: This is a Test – Only a Test!”, Angelo Rao, P.E., Complete Streets Practice Leader, S&ME, Tampa, Florida
  • “Lessons Learned from Planning and Implementation of Lane Repurposing Projects”, Ravindra Wijesundera, P.E., RSP1, Transportation Engineer, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • “Transforming Main Street – A Case Study in West Linn, Oregon”, Lance Calvert, P.E., Public Works Director / City Engineer, City of West Linn, Oregon

Contributors

  • Moderator: Claude Strayer, P.E., RSP1, Fehr & Peers

  • Jennifer Becker, P.E., I-270 North Design Build Design Coordinator, Missouri Department of Transportation, St. Louis, Missouri

    Jennifer Becker, P.E. is a Transportation Project Manager for the Missouri Department of Transportation in the St. Louis District. Jenn has nearly twenty years in design at MoDOT with an emphasis in signals, lighting, and ITS design in urban areas. She has experience in both design-bid-build and design-build project delivery. In her current role as Design Coordinator on the I-270 North Project, she is responsible for overseeing quality oversight of design plan production, environmental permitting and compliance, and utility coordination. Jenn earned her BS in Civil Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and is licensed as a professional engineer in the state of Missouri.

  • Jacob Kaltenbronn, Transportation Operations Analyst, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners, St. Louis, Missouri

    Jacob Kaltenbronn is a Transportation Operations Analyst for CBB Engineers + Planners in St. Louis, MO. He joined CBB in December 2019 after earning a master’s degree in civil engineering with an emphasis in transportation from the University of Missouri–Columbia. During his time at the University of Missouri, Jacob conducted research on innovative technologies such as drones, autonomous and connected vehicles and movement-as-a-service applications. As a result of his research, Jacob was selected as a Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Fellow by the FHWA and earned awards from the Intelligent Transportation Society of America and the American Traffic Safety Services Association. Now at CBB, Jacob specializes in both traffic signal operations and roadway design. Additionally, Jacob is a licensed remote pilot and has begun implementing drone operations into projects at CBB.

  • Ravindra Wijesundera, P.E., RSP1, Transportation Engineer, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Ravindra Wijesundera, P.E., RSP1 is a transportation engineer with Kimley-Horn and Associates in Fort Lauderdale. Ravi has 17 years of experience with multimodal transportation planning and traffic operations and safety studies. He received his Bachelor of Science (Civil) degree from the University of Moratuwa (Sri Lanka) and Master of Science (Civil) degree from the University of Alabama.

  • Lance Calvert, P.E., Public Works Director / City Engineer, City of West Linn, Oregon

    Lance Calvert, P.E. works for the City of West Linn, Oregon as the Public Works Director/City Engineer. With over 27 years of municipal engineering experience in four states including over 20 years as a Public Works Director, he has a diverse background in a wide variety of transportation engineering, planning, and capital projects including; complete street design and construction, long range transportation planning, traffic signal design, maintenance management, asset management, fleet management, and transportation finance. He is a Professional Engineer registered in the states of Oregon, Arizona, and Illinois. Lance is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and has been a member of ITE since 1996.

  • Angelo Rao, P.E., Complete Streets Practice Leader, S&ME, Tampa, Florida

    Angelo Rao, PE currently serves as Complete Streets Practice Leader with S&ME, Inc. With his parents never having drivers’ licenses and living to a combined age of 182 years; as well as growing up in downtown Toronto, Canada, Angelo truly learned to walk the talk.
    With a combined 41 years of public and private sector service, Angelo understands the special needs of the public. He has personally attended and/or chaired over 600 public meetings with a view of reaching consensus within these communities for implementing lasting solutions, for ALL transportation users! Angelo is a 1980 graduate of the University of Toronto with a degree in Civil Engineering.

    Having a 100% interconnected fiber-based traffic control signal system, the City of Lakeland is utilizing/testing advanced technological systems such as:

    • Parking License Plate Reader technology;
    • 100% Hardwareless paid parking systems;
    • “Bluetooth” sensor speed and delay technology; as well as
    • advanced iCASP red-light running intersection crash avoidance safety technology.

  • Shawn Leight, P.E., PTOE, PTP, Vice President / COO, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners, St. Louis, Missouri

    Shawn Leight is the Vice President and a Principal Owner of CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners in St. Louis. He works to develop effective and equitable transportation solutions that support community values by forging relationships and advancing forward thinking solutions. Shawn has played a key role in several innovative projects such as the reconstruction of I-64 in St. Louis, which was awarded AASHTO’s 2010 America’s Best Transportation Project in the United States and the Downtown St. Louis Multi-modal Transportation Plan, which was recognized by the American Planning Association (APA) for Achievement in Transportation Planning (Silver) and the East West Gateway Council of Governments for Outstanding Local Government Achievement In 2019. Shawn has been an adjunct professor of transportation engineering in the Washington University/University of Missouri in St. Louis Joint Engineering Program since 2003, where many of his 350+ former students are now leaders in the transportation profession. Shawn was ITE’s International President in 2017 and continues to serve in leadership roles for professional organizations that support the transportation industry. Shawn earned his B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the United States Military Academy and his M.S. in Transportation Engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

July 22, 2021
Thu 4:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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