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This session will feature tools and methods for creating complete streets, from street design standards to new technologies for street planning. Presentations will show both urban and rural examples of achieving complete streets from pedestrian crossings to road diets. Learn about complete street projects that improve safety and connectivity while considering context and without breaking the bank and how to consider context given various regions and standards.
- Learn about tools uses to deliver complete streets project
- Compare various context considerations when designing complete streets.
- List plans, budgets, data, standards, and community plans to consider when implementing complete streets.
Presentation Titles & Speakers:
- “PED Talk: The Story of One Man’s Journey in Taking One STEP at a Time to Reduce Pedestrian Fatalities and Serious Injuries - The Mission, the Challenges, the Joys, and the Hope”, Peter Eun, Transportation Safety, STEP, FHWA, Raleigh, North Carolina
- “A More Complete Street: Incorporating New Technologies into Street Plans”, Lisa Nisenson, Vice President, New Mobility and Connected Communities, WGI, West Palm Beach, FL
- “Nanaimo Goes Dutch: Complete Street Standards, Design Guideline, & Metral Drive Complete Street Project”, Annalisa Fipke, P.Eng, Project Engineer, City of Nanaimo, Nanaimo, British Columbia and Roy Symons, P.Eng, Manager, Transportation Planning, ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd.
- “What can urban areas borrow from rural areas and does “Complete Streets” mean the same in this context for everyone if you are in Europe, Canada or in US?”, Elisabeth Hofbauer-Spitzer, M.SC, P.Eng, Senior Transportation Engineer, Transoft Solutions, Richmond, British Columbia and Vanessa Skelton, P.Eng, Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering Lead – Canada, GHD, Ottowa, Ontario
- “Creating Safe Solutions for Vulnerable Road Users Without Breaking the Bank!”, Amy Rosepiler, P.E., Director - Columbus Roadway Design, Burgess and Niple, Inc., Columbus, Ohio and Molly Loucks, P.E., Roadway Design, Burgess & Niple, Boise, Idaho