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Transportation Equity Fundamentals II: Universal Accessibility

Registration closes at 12 pm ET, on the Friday before the course begins, or once we reach course capacity.

Program Schedule:

July 24-26, 2024 | 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET | Register Here for this Course

Course Description:
Transportation Equity Fundamentals II (8 hours)
This program is designed to provide transportation engineers with a transportation equity perspective and knowledge on how they can use the equity principles in their day-to-day work.

Transportation Equity Fundamental II:
  • Principles of accessibility-based transportation planning
  • Evaluation tools and performance indicators for measuring progress toward equity goals
  • Multimodal planning as a means to create affordable transportation systems
  • Case studies of successful initiatives and notable practices on transportation equity
This training is an 8-hour-live online course.

TE Certification Information:
Additional Transportation Equity Courses are available to earn the UFTI Transportation Equity (TE) Certification. For more information on McTrans Center Transportation Equity Fundamentals Certification, please visit their site here and contact McTrans Center staff directly.

PDHs: 12.0

ITE Member: $520.00
Non-Member: $650.00

Mehri ‘Mehrsa’ Mohebbi, Ph.D. – TE Program Director

Dr. Mohebbi is the UFTI Transportation Equity (TE) Program Director. Dr. Mohebbi holds a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Arts, and Planning (DAAP). She has 15+ years of experience addressing health and social equity in transportation and community planning across the U.S. and internationally. Her work focuses on developing inclusive engagement methods to promote equitable transportation decision-making. She has collaborated with national professional associations and served on several committees and task forces such as the American Planning Association (APA) Social Equity Task Force and the APA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee.

Anna Zivarts (Disability Rights Washington, WA)
Anna Zivarts Director of Disability Mobility Initiative Program. Anna was born
with nystagmus – a genetic condition that means her eyes are always shaking. Anna Zivarts is a low-vision mom and a non-driver who was born in Olympia and attended high school in Tacoma, WA. Prior to Disability Rights Washington, Anna co-founded a union media collective in New York City.

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