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The Relationship between Freight Movements and Land Use in Urban Areas

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This webinar is led by the ITE Transportation Planning Council.

Webinar Description:
This webinar will discuss the emerging trends and topics related to freight movements within urban areas, with particular focus on how they impact transportation and land use planning efforts. This webinar will provide the latest information on the interaction between freight movements, transportation systems, and the overall land use process and the interaction of these topics in everyday life.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the relationships between urban freight movements and land use decisions
  • Identify strategies to accommodate freight in urban areas
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  • Anne Goodchild, Professor at Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Washington, Founding Director, Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics Center | University of Washington

    Dr. Anne Goodchild leads the University of Washington's academic and research efforts in the area of supply chain, logistics, and freight transportation. She is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and serves as Founding Director of both the Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics online Master's degree program and the Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Center, the latter which launched the Urban Freight Lab in 2016. She has 15 years of experience leading freight transportation research and is an international border and port operations expert. She has made significant contributes to transportation engineering in the U.S. and abroad, and has been instrumental in bringing supply chain concepts to freight model architectures. She has worked at the forefront of GPS data applications, identifying observable transportation characteristics that statistically predict transportation behavior.

  • Noreen McDonald, Professor | University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill | Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

    Noreen is the chair of the department of city and regional planning at UNC Chapel Hill and hold the Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy. She also serve as Associate Director of the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety and Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Education and Development Center. Her work is at the intersection of planning and public health. Currently, she is studying how changes in transport technology and policy impact road safety and access to healthcare. Her previous work has focused on how infrastructure such as schools, roads, and bike lanes impact road safety and physical activity especially for children and young adults.

April 5, 2022
Tue 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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