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Shaping Speeds: How Design Impacts Driver Behavior

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  • Moderator: Andrew Velasquez, P.E., PTOE, Program Manager, Planning and Traffic Engineering, AECOM, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

  • Mike King, Senior City Planner, City & County of Denver, Denver, CO

    Mike King is a Senior Transportation Planner on the Vision Zero team within the City and County of Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI). He achieved his master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from Temple University. He has a strong data analytical background, starting his career as a GIS Specialist prior to shifting careers into the transportation planning world. Currently, Mike is the lead on DOTI’s Road Safety Audit program, project manager on the Speed Limit Reduction Feasibility Study, and project manager on the Driver Feedback Sign Study, all of which are in place to achieve Denver’s Vision Zero goal of zero traffic fatalities by 2030 and to make the street network in Denver a safe place for all modes of transportation.

  • Patricia Tice, Ph.D, P.E., AICP, President, CREWS, LLC, Winter Garden, FL

    Dr. Patricia Tice currently researches driver behavior in urban environments at UCF. She has been practicing as a transportation engineer, planner, and innovator for 27 years and is the President of CREWS.

  • Paula Flores, FITE, Transportation Planning Practice Leader, Greenman-Pedersen, Inc., Tampa, FL

    Paula C. Flores, FITE, is the Transportation Planning Practice Leader with Greenman-Pedersen, Inc in the Tampa, FL office has 37 years of transportation planning and traffic engineering experience. Her varied experience includes managing and performing a variety of transportation projects with focus on connecting people to places.
    During her term as ITE International President, Paula called on the board of directors and all members to rally behind the Vision Zero movement, a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries. Paula believes as transportation professionals, we have no greater responsibility than to protect the lives of the public we serve.

  • Garakhalli Mohan, P.E., PTOE, Director, Transportation Planning West, Atkins, Denver, CO

    Garakhalli Mohan has more than 20 years of experience specializing in safety, mobility, planning, policy, ITS and geometric design studies. He is a trusted advisor for various public agencies on the implementation of traffic safety programs and initiatives. He has led the development of safety plans for various DOTs, MPOs, cities and counties throughout the nation. In addition to leading several RSAs in the recent past, he has developed an integrated corridor safety prediction framework to help agencies quantify, rank and prioritize safety and mobility improvements to maximize benefits for various DOTs. He is adept at developing innovative evaluation procedures to quantify safety improvements such as completing safety quantification of connected vehicle systems.

August 2, 2022
Tue 2:30 PM CDT

Duration 1H 0M

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