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Vision Zero for All Users: Lessons Learned and New Strategies- Now Scheduled for November 30!

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Contributors

  • Richard Retting

    Director of Safety/Research, Sam Schwartz Transportation Consultants, Washington, DC
    Richard Retting serves as National Practice Leader for Safety & Research at Sam Schwartz Consulting. He is a widely recognized expert in traffic safety, with more than 34 years of traffic engineering, safety, and research experience. Mr. Retting joined Sam Schwartz in 2008, prior to which he served as Senior Transportation Engineer with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Before that he served as Deputy Assistant Commissioner for the New York City Department of Transportation, in charge of Traffic Safety Programs. Mr. Retting holds a Master of Science in Transportation Planning & Engineering from Polytechnic University of New York.

  • Jason Degray, PE, PTOE

    Jason is the Co-Chair of the ITE Advocacy Committee and the New England Regional Engineering Director at Toole Design Group in Boston, MA. 

  • Bill Schultheiss

    Bill Schultheiss is a national leader in the field of non-motorized transportation design known for his ground-breaking work in complete streets design. He has pioneered new design strategies including cycle tracks, shared streets, arterial traffic calming, rapid-flashing beacons, bike signals, bike boxes, green bike lanes and buffered bike lanes. As the engineer-of-record on numerous company projects, Bill has a thorough understanding of national design guidance as well as the research it is based upon.
    Over the past decade, Bill has personally overseen and designed over 250 miles of bikeways throughout the U.S. One of his greatest strengths is his ability to effectively communicate multimodal engineering solutions that gain support from public works departments, elected officials, advocates and community members. Bill is an active member of the Bicycle Technical Committee and the Pedestrian Task Force of the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (NCUTCD).

  • Russell Brownlee

    Russell is the Principal of -30- Forensic Engineering’s Transportation Safety Group

November 30, 2017
Thu 3:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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