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Transit Mobility: Improving the System

Create mobility solutions that improve transit service for your organization. This session presents perspectives, tools, and techniques that have led to successful multimodal projects around North America through example projects in New York, NY, Comox Valley, BC, Jacksonville, FL, and Seattle, WA.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe issues and strategies that lead to successful transit projects.
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses of multimodal project delivery
John Lower, Associate Vice President, Iteris, Santa Ana, CA

  • Overcoming Technical and Administrative Challenges to Successfully Implement Transit Signal Priority
    Mark Yedlin, Director of Simulation Modeling Services, Greenman-Pedersen, Inc., New York, NY
  • Achieving 2 Million Annual Transit Trips by 2038: Moving Toward Frequent Transit in the Comox Valley, BC
    Tim Shah, Transportation Planner, Watt Consulting Group, Victoria, BC
  • JTA’s Mobility Corridors--Improving System Performance through Enhanced Connectivity and Urban Design
    Frederick Jones, Senior Project Manager, Community and Mobility Planning, Michael Baker International, Jacksonville, FL
  • Innovative Transit Spot Improvements in Downtown Seattle
    Carter Danne, Traffic Operations Engineer, City of Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle, WA
    Richard Hutchinson, Principal, DKS Associates, Seattle, WA