TRANSPORTATION & LAND USE

Session#1: Strategies for a sustainable urban mobility systems

  • Key Questions: 
    • What are the main strategies of a sustainable mobility policy : diagnosis, objectives, governance ?
    • How is scenario planning used for analyzing impacts of transportation decisions on potential future transportation and land use?
    • How is land use/transportation (comprehensive) planning implemented?
  • Speakers:
    • José Campos, Director of Planning and Development ,Robin Chiang & Company, San Fransciso
    • John Bartosiewicz , Executive VP, McDonald Transit Associates
  • Moderator: Eric Eidlin, Community Planner, Federal Transit Administration and Urban policy fellow GMF

Session#2: Public transportation performance and connectivity

  • Key Questions: 
    • What are the best practices for data interoperability for efficient para transit?
    • How to ensure transportation system connectivity?
    • Case studies of effective public -private partnerships for the construction and maintenance of transit systems.
  • Chairmen:
    • Marty Nohe, Chairman of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority 
    • Roland Ries, Mayor of Strasbourg

Session#3: New Mobility: toward a multi-modal city?

  • Key Questions: 

This session focuses on the role of the new mobility will have on creating Smart Cities.  How will they decrease the usage of fossil fuels and lower GHGs? The session It will be divided in 2 parts. The first part will be focused on bro bike, pro walk pro share. The second part will address technology issues related to ITS. The workshop will explore the role of national (and supranational) governments in establishing guidelines for their development. 

  • Moderator: Eric Eidlin, Community Planner, Federal Transit Administration and Urban policy fellow GMF

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