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Curb Your Enthusiasm: Multimodal Planning, Operations, Enforcement and Design for Optimized Curb Resources

An ITE Complete Streets Council-National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) joint effort is developing a handbook for local jurisdictions on how to inventory, assess, enhance, and prioritize curb spaces to meet the multi-modal demands in a safe and efficient way. The guide will consider regulatory, operations, and technology strategies to optimize curb access and usage, and feature case studies and reference material. This session showcases the lessons learned throughout the effort and introduce the new handbook.
Learning Objectives
  • Describe the basic elements associated with a comprehensive curbside management process
  • Identify current practitioner resources and learning materials to facilitate improved curbside management
  • Compare curbside challenges faced by other cities and public agencies with your own jurisdiction.
Jared Fowler, Traffic Engineer, City of Columbus, Columbus, OH
Meghan Mitman, Principal, Fehr and Peers, Walnut Creek, CA
Matthew Roe, Director, Designing Cities Initiative, NACTO, Washington, DC
Larry Marcus, Associate, Wallace Montgomery, Vienna, VA