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Taking Care of Business: Complete Streets Implementation Around the U.S. and Canada

This session highlights recently-completed or ongoing Complete Streets projects and other multimodal projects from around the United States and Canada, which touch on a variety of unique contexts. This includes protected bike lanes in mid-sized cities, new complete streets- oriented performance measures and project metrics, and the challenges associated with an enhanced public engagement process on a multimodal infrastructure project in a dense urban environment.
Learning Objectives
  • Describe, using examples, the current state of Complete Streets project work from around the United States and Canada
  • Understand the challenges and opportunities associated with expanding multimodal infrastructure in a mix of medium and large urban contexts
  • Assess the opportunities to increase public engagement in your own Complete Streets projects
Emiko Atherton, Director, National Complete Streets Coalition, Smart Growth America, Washington, DC
  • Notes from the Frontier: Pasadena’s Experience with VMT and Complete Streets
    Frederick Dock, Director, Department of Transportation, City of Pasadena, Pasadena, CA
  • Implementation Strategies for Separated Bike Lanes in Mid-Sized Cities
    Zibby Petch, Active Transportation Engineer, IBI Group, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Daryl Bender, Project Manager, Alternative Transportation, City of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Eric Saunderson, Project Manager – Design and Construction, Regional Muncipality of Waterloo, Kitchener, ON, Canada
  • I-35W@I-94: Downtown to Crosstown Project
    Aaron Tag, West Area Engineer, Minnesota Department of Transportation - Roseville, MN, Saint Paul, MN