This seminar provides planners, engineers and other members of the professional design community with technical complete streets design tools and guidance that support the flexibility and creativity often required to create complete streets projects. It builds on information presented in the previous Complete Streets Design Implementation seminar, incorporating hands-on design work for participants, and is led by certified National Complete Streets Coalition instructors, Marshall Elizer, PE, PTOE and Jeff Riegner, PE, AICP, PTOE. Attendees will learn how to apply the design flexibility that exists in current national design guidance and standards in selecting and applying geometric design controls, criteria and cross section elements to meet complete streets goals. APBP will apply for CM credit from the AICP for this workshop.
Fee: $250 APBP members / $350 non-members
Jeff Riegner, PE, AICP, PTOE combines a passion for walking and bicycling with more than 24 years of transportation planning and design experience. He specializes in developing context-sensitive transportation and land use solutions that enhance and revitalize communities. As vice president and manager of the Wilmington, Delaware office of Whitman, Requardt & Associates, Jeff has successfully worked with a wide variety of communities, from small towns to large cities, that have dramatically varying attitudes toward active transportation and placemaking. His project experience includes urban street design, bicycle and pedestrian master planning, transportation enhancements projects, trail planning and design, transit-oriented development, and integrated land use and transportation studies, all with a strong emphasis on effective public engagement. Jeff is a registered professional engineer in five states, a certified planner, and a professional traffic operations engineer. He is the past chair of the Institute of Transportation Engineers Pedestrian and Bicycle Council and the Newark, Delaware Bicycle Committee, as well as the author of the “Design and Operation of Complete Streets and Intersections” chapter of the ITE Traffic Engineering Handbook, 7th Edition.
Marshall Elizer, PE, PTOE is a registered professional engineer in 13 states. He has a career spanning 22 years of municipal public works experience and 17 years of private experience in transportation planning and design. Through these activities Marshall has gained diverse experience in transportation planning, engineering, design and operations throughout the US and internationally. Since 2008 Marshall has served on AASHTOs Technical Committee on Geometric Design. He was lead technical editor of ITE’s Urban Street Geometric Design Handbook, policy advisor to ITE/CNU on Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context-Sensitive Approach, and technical advisor on AARP’s Complete Streets for Older Adults. He is Principal Investigator on NCHRP 15-48, Guidelines for Designing Low- and Intermediate-Speed Roadways That Serve All Users. A Past International President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Marshall has also served in transportation leadership roles in the American Public Works Association (APWA), the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA).