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Bike Signals — State of the Art Design Practice in the US

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  • Peter Koonce, P.E. | City of Portland, OR, USA

    Peter is a licensed engineer in Oregon and several other states. He serves as adjunct faculty at Portland State University teaching upper level transportation engineering courses. He is a member of the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

  • Nathan Roseberry, P.E.

    Nathan works for the City of Chicago and acted as the lead engineer for on-street bicycle projects for the past 5 ½ years. He has helped to install over 120 miles of innovative bicycle improvements including separated bike lanes. Nathan also has lead the design of complete streets projects in other communities in Illinois, is a certified trainer of NACTO materials, has lead over 60 day trainings on complete streets materials, and is an adjunct faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Nathan is a licensed engineer in Illinois and has both an Engineering and Urban Planning degree from the University of Iowa.

  • Hannah Pritchard, P.E., PTOE

    Hannah is a project manager and licensed traffic engineer in TDG’s Minneapolis office. She is an experienced project manager who focuses in pedestrian and bicycle planning and design. She is highly capable of translating between planners and engineers – developing plans that meet a community’s vision while remaining feasible from an engineering standpoint. Hannah’s previous experience as a traffic engineering consultant in Michigan afforded her a wealth of experience in traffic impact studies, signal timing optimization plans, and capacity analyses. As an avid cyclist who commuted by bike for more than seven years in the Motor City, she understands first-hand the opportunities and challenges in bringing world-class infrastructure to Midwestern American cities.

June 26, 2018
Tue 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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