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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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 Tues., 8:00 - 8:45 a.m.

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 01 - ODOT’s update on its Federal Stimulus Projects and 21st Century Transportation Priorities ‎(2)
01A.pdf01AA. Federal Stimulus Funding UpdateAndrew Williams, Ohio Department of Transportation
01B.pdf01BB. 21st Century Transportation Priorities Task Force UpdateJoanna Pinkerton, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 02 - Pedestrian Bridges ‎(1)
02A.PDF02AA. Pedestrian BridgesMichael Russell, Wilbur Smith Associates
collapse Session - Topic : 03 - Rubblize and Roll of PCC Pavements Prior to Rehabilitation, Part 1 ‎(2)
03A.pdf03AA. Evaluation of Rubblization Projects in OhioDr. Arudi  Rajagopal, INFRAME
03B.pdf03BB. Warren County I-75 Pavement Rubblization DemonstrationDr. Arudi  Rajagopal, INFRAME
collapse Session - Topic : 04 - How To Manage Access – Both Proactively and Reactively ‎(2)
04A.pdf04AA. Litigative Impact of Access ManagementJohn Gallagher, J.Gallagher Group, Inc.
04B.pdf04BB. Planning for the Future Before Time Runs OutErin Peterson, ME Companies, Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 05 - Physical and Chemical Testing Requirements for MSE Walls and Select Granular Backfill ‎(1)
05A.pdf05AA. Physical and Chemical Testing Requirements for MSE Walls and Select Granular BackfillKarl Fletcher, Bowser-Morner, Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 06 - Section 4(f):  What’s the “Use” ‎(2)
06A.pdf06AA. Unique Sections 4(f) and 106 Issues on I-69 in IndianaJoseph Leindecker, Jacobs Engineering
06B.pdf06BB. Section 4(f)David Grachen, FHWA Resource Center
collapse Session - Topic : 07 - Innovative Soft Ground Construction Techniques ‎(1)
07A.pdf07AA. Innovative Soft Ground Construction TechniquesRobert Liang, University of Akron
 

 Tue., 10:30 - 11:00 a.m.

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 08 - Climate Change and Transportation ‎(2)
08A.pdf08AA. The Science of Climate Change and the Human ResponseLonnie Thompson, The Ohio State University
08B.pdf08BB. The Science of Climate Change and the Human ResponseMichael Culp, Federal Highway Administration
collapse Session - Topic : 09 - Major Bridges ‎(2)
09A.pdf09AA. Tales from the Road – Truck Load Testing of Major Bridges in OhioDr. Victor Hunt,University of Cincinnati Infrastructure Institute
09B .pdf09B B. Ironton Russell Navigation SimulationMichael  Zwick, URS Corporation; Eric Larsson, Seamen’s Church Institute; Greg Menke, Seamen’s Church Institute
collapse Session - Topic : 10 - Freeway Conversion & Interchange Innovation ‎(2)
10A.pdf10AA. Route 367, St. Louis County Freeway ConnectorKevin Fuller, Crawford Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
10B.pdf10BB. Interchange Innovation:  Multi-faceted Design First of its Kind in OhioMike Hemmerich, Burgess & Niple, Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 11 - Construction of the Euclid Corridor Healthline - Cutting through the Heart of Cleveland ‎(1)
11A.pdf11AA. Construction of the Euclid Corridor Healthline -Cutting through the Heart of ClevelandJoseph Shaffer, GCRTA; Bonita Teeuwen, Ohio Department of Transportation; Francis Valencheck, URS Corporation; Jeffrey Lechak, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc. (Formerly with Quality Control Inspection, Bedford, OH)
collapse Session - Topic : 12- Just When You Thought You Knew the Rules ‎(2)
12A.pdf12AA. The New 2010 Highway Capacity Manual – What to ExpectTom Creasey, ENTRAN; Paul Dorothy. Burgess & Niple
12B.pdf12BB. You Have A New Signal Project? We Have a New ProcessJohn Gray, AECOM; Marian Thompson, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 13 -Public Involvement in Transportation Utilizing Social Media ‎(2)
13B.pdf13BB. Taco Truck Maps – Using blogs and Google maps to generate public interest, involvement and interactionBethia Woolf, Jim Ellison and Andy Dehus, Taco Trucks
13C.pdf13CC. Transportation Planning in the Age of FacebookJennifer Evans-Cowley, The Ohio State University
collapse Session - Topic : 14 - Retaining Walls and Asset Management ‎(2)
14A.pdf14AA. Asset Management for MSE Walls – Vital to Ohio’s Transportation FutureRobert Gladstone, Association for Metallically Stabilized Earth
14B.pdf14BB. Large Block Gravity Retaining WallsBrian Harman, Redi-Rock of Northwest Ohio
collapse Session - Topic : 15 -Federal Trans. Funding and Financing:  Issues – Challenges – Visions – Realities and New Requirements ‎(1)
15A.pdf15AA. Paying Our Way a New Framework for Transportation Finance B. Funding Realities and What to Expect from ReauthorizationTamar Heinkin, High Street Consulting Group; Janet Kavonoki, US Chamber
collapse Session - Topic : 16 - Knowledge Management: Making Innovation Happen ‎(1)
16A.pdf16AA. Knowledge Management and Retention: Issues and Challenges for the Transportation SectorMichael Novak, Center for Public-Private Enterprise
 

 Tue., 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 16 - Knowledge Management: Making Innovation Happen ‎(1)
16B.pdf16BB. Federal Transit Administration’s Knowledge Management Journey: Our First YearSusan Camarena.  Federal Transit Administration
collapse Session - Topic : 17 - Assessment and Evaluation of Precast/Prestressed Concrete Bridge Beams ‎(3)
17A.pdf17AA. Interior Beam Replacement on Adjacent Box Beam BridgeCurtis Wood, Ohio Department of Transportation
17B.pdf17BB. Assessment of Deteriorated Prestressed Concrete Box Beam Bridge BeamsEric Steinberg, Ohio University; Richard Miller, The University of Cincinnati
17C.pdf17CC. Health Monitoring of Precast Prestressed Continuous Concrete Girder Bridge DiaphragmFarhad Reza, Minnesota State University
collapse Session - Topic : 18 - Design-Build Success: A Modern Concrete Bridge for the Future ‎(1)
18A.pdf18AA. Design-Build Success: A Modern Concrete Bridge for the Future - The New I-35 W Bridge – Minneapolis, MNLinda Figg, FIGG
collapse Session - Topic : 19 - Roundabouts and Safe Routes for All Users ‎(2)
19A.pdf19AA The next decade of US roundabouts: Balancing Pedestrian Mobility against Motorist SafetyWes Butch, DLZ Corporation
19B.pdf19BB. Safe Routes to School – How to Successfully Complete the Engineering portion of the School Travel PlanJulie Walcoff, Ohio Department of Transportation; Heather Bowden, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 20 - Asphalt Pavements ‎(2)
20A.pdf20AA. Porous Pavement, “A Green Step Forward”Henry Fedders, Jr., KZF Design Inc.; Andrew Aiello,  Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky; Craig Frye, Sanitation District 1 of Northern Kentucky; Anthony Ridgeway, Eaton Asphalt Paving Co.
20C.pdf20CC. Fayette County Evaluates Experimental Mix 404-LVDan Crago,  Valley Asphalt Corporation
collapse Session - Topic : 21 -The Relocation Assistance Program:  What is it and how do I keep it from messing up my project? ‎(1)
21A.pdf21AA. Real Life example of a Residential Displacement; B. Real life example of a Business and a Church Displacement; C. Real life example of a Mobile Home DisplacementAndy Teater and Jack Hughes, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 22 - Innovative Geotechnical Solutions ‎(3)
22A.pdf22AA. Bridge Restoration and Landslide Correction Using Stabilization Pier and Grade Beam SystemSwaminathan Srinivasan, H.C. Nutting/Terracon; David Tomley, KZF Design; Peter Chou, H.C. Nutting/Terracon
22B.pdf22BB. In-Situ Pile Lateral Load Test in Lummi Island Ferry Dolphin Replacement ProjectPanchy Arumugasaamy, Rob Henry, and Patrick Vasicek,  Art Anderson Associates; Erick Andersen, HWA GeoSciences Inc.; Chris Brueske, Whatcom County Public Works
22C.pdf22CC. Modernizing Landslide Monitoring Using Wireless Real-Time InclinometersPeter Chou, Aaron Muck, and Swaminathan Srinivasan, H.C. Nutting/Terracon
collapse Session - Topic : 23 - Tolling – New Approaches - Renewed Support ‎(3)
23A.pdf23AA. Current US Trends in the Tolling IndustryKamran Khan,
23B.pdf23BB. Ohio Turnpike Funding, Managing in Tough Economic TimesKathleen Weiss, Ohio Turnpike Commission
23C.pdf23CC. Tolling, Private Investments & Local Toll Authorities - Texas StyleMark Tomlinson,Texas Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 24 - Survival Skills for Future Transportation Professionals, Part 1: Things You Don’t Always Learn in College ‎(1)
24A.pdf24AA. Survival Skills for Future Transportation Professionals, Part 1: Things You Don’t Always Learn in CollegeJim Barnhart, ORMCA; Joe Glinski, FHWA; Kathleen King,Ohio Department of Transportation
 

 Tue., 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 25 - Women Who Are Moving Ohio’s Transportation into a Prosperous New World ‎(4)
25A.pdf25AA. Women Who Are Moving Ohio’s Transportation Into a Prosperous New World – Panel SessionJolene Molitoris, Ohio Department of Transportation
25B.pdf25BA. Women Who Are Moving Ohio’s Transportation Into a Prosperous New World – Panel SessionBarbara Hammontree Bennett, Hammontree & Associates, Ltd.
25C.pdf25CA. Women Who Are Moving Ohio’s Transportation Into a Prosperous New World – Panel SessionRose Ann Deleon, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority
25D.ppt25DA. Women Who Are Moving Ohio’s Transportation Into a Prosperous New World – Panel SessionAnne Canby, The Surface Transportation Policy Partnership
collapse Session - Topic : 26 - Historic Bridges ‎(4)
26A.pdf26AA. How the AASHTO Guidance Came To Be: “It’s All My Fault!”Paul Graham,  Ohio Department of Transportation
26B.pdf26BB. Successfully Serving Two Masters: Balancing History and EngineeringMary McCahon, TranSystems
26C.pdf26CC. Managing Ohio’s Remarkable Historic Bridges: The Historians’ RolePatrick Harshbarger, TranSystems
26D.pdf26DD. Real World Experience: Applying the AASHTO Guidelines to Ohio BridgesWesley Weir, TranSystems
collapse Session - Topic : 27 - Hydraulics, Hydrology and Water Quality ‎(3)
27A.pdf27AA. NPDES, What is it and how does it affect me?Mark McCabe, CDM
27B.pdf27BB. Storm Water Compliance During Highway Construction in OhioR. Curtis Spence, Spence Environmental Consulting, Inc.
27C.pdf27CC. Load Rating of Corrugated Metal Culverts in OhioHalil Sezen, K. Yeau, and P. Fox, The Ohio State University
collapse Session - Topic : 28 - Warren County I-75 Pavement Rubblization Demonstration ‎(4)
28A.pdf28AA. Rubblize and Roll, National PerspectiveDr. Arudi Rajagopal, INFRAME
28B.pdf28BB. Antigo Pavement BreakerMark Reimer, Antigo Construction, Inc.
28C.pdf28CC. RMI Resonant Pavement BreakerAaron Elmore, RMI Resonant Machines
28D.pdf28DD. Specialties Pavement BreakerBrad Schneider, Specialties Company
collapse Session - Topic : 29 - Safely Moving Ohio Forward: Motorcycles, Manuals and More ‎(3)
29A.pdf29AA. Why we should consider the 2 and 3 wheeled powered vehicle community as important?Imre Szauter, American Motorcycle Association
29B.pdf29BB. Update on the New Highway Safety ManualDoug Harwood, Midwest Research Institute
29C.pdf29CC. ODOT’s Safety initiatives, Where are we heading?Michelle May, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 30 - Concrete Paving: “The New Realities” ‎(3)
30A.pdf30AA. AffordabilityRoger Faulkner, Ohio Concrete Construction Association
30B.pdf30BB. RecyclabilityDr. Mark Snyder, ACPA – Pennsylvania Chapter
30C.pdf30CC. SustainabilityAlfred Gardiner, Holcim US,Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 31 - Sustainability – The Greening of Transportation from Planning to Construction ‎(3)
31A.pdf31AA. Sustainability and Green – What Do They Really Mean?Amy Kramb, Kramb Consulting, LLC
31B.pdf31BB. Green Infrastructure:  Strategies for Planning, Funding and Retrofitting Sustainability into Existing Urban InfrastructureClete Benken, Kinzelman Kline Gossman; John Lyons, Strand Associates; Jeff Bryan, Kinzelman Kline Gossman
31C.pdf31CC. Sustainable Design – Greening TransportationChristopher Wall,  Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr and Huber
collapse Session - Topic : 32 - Power to the People! Mobility Plans, Planning and Planners ‎(3)
32A.pdf32AA. Innovative Public Involvement to Reach Multilingual and Economically Diverse PopulationsJosh Sikich, TranSystems Corporation
32B.pdf32BB. Rules of Engagement: Boosting Public Participation in Underrepresented PopulationsAaron Schill, Stantec Consulting
32D.pdf32DD. Innovating Transportation in the City of Columbus: The New Division of Mobility OptionsRandall Bowman, City of Columbus
collapse Session - Topic : 33 - TIAs, TIDs, and other Innovative Practices and Perspectives for Funding Transportation Projects ‎(2)
33B.pdf33BB. Financing Austin Center, Lessons from the FrontierSteve Stanley, Montgomery County TID
33C.pdf33CC. Practical Solutions: Beer Tastes on a Beer BudgetDavid Stills, Gresham, Smith and Partners

 

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

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 Wed., 8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 35 - Knowledge Management: Making Innovation Happen ‎(2)
35A.pdf35AA. Knowledge Management and Retention: Issues and Challenges for the Transportation SectorMichael Novak, Center for Public-Private Enterprise
35B.pdf35BB. Federal Transit Administration's Knowledge Management Journey: Our First YearSusan Camarena, Federal Transit Administration
collapse Session - Topic : 36 - Bicycle Transportation - Ohio Initiatives ‎(2)
36A.pdf36AA. Thinking Outside the Glovebox:  Cycling Facilitating Cycling: What does a transportation cyclist need?Dan Carrigan, Ohio Bicycle Federation Board Member
36C.pdf36CC. Bicycle Programs in Ohio Cities 2009 - Panel DiscussionNick Popa and Jim Cappock, City of Columbus; Andy Davis, City of Akron
collapse Session - Topic : 37 - Steel Truss Bridges ‎(3)
37A.pdf37AA. Rating an Old Truss Bridge in a New World:  Load Rating and Repair of the Cleveland Central ViaductYoussef Seif, Ohio Department of Transportation; Dean Palmer, Richland Engineering Ltd; Daniel Baxter, Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
37B.pdf37BB. Advantages and Versatility of Steel Truss BridgesRod LeMasters, U.S. Bridge
37C.pdf37CC. Inspection and Load Rating of Gusset Plates Resulting from Collapse of the I-35W Bridge in Minneapolis, MNEdward Cinadr, Burgess & Niple, Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 38 - Design/Build - Lessons We've Learned ‎(1)
38A.pdf38AA. West Virginia's Design /Build ProgramDarrell Allen, West Virginia Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 39 - The Future of Highways and Tollways: How do we pay for them and who gets to use them? ‎(3)
39A.pdf39AA. ITS Initiatives in the MidwestKen Glassman, Jacobs
39B.pdf39BB. Managed LanesCharles Robbins, AECOM
39C.pdf39CC. No Reservation or The Reservation NationRobert Jaffe, ConSysTec
collapse Session - Topic : 40 - Pavement Evaluation and Design ‎(3)
40A.pdf40AA. Implementation of Intelligent Compaction for Embankment, Subgrade Materials,   Aggregate Base, and AsphaltVictor (Lee) Gallivan, Federal Highway Administration
40B.pdf40BB. Rational Approach for Base Type SelectionDr. Shad Sargand, Ohio University
40C.pdf40CC. Use of Falling Weight Deflectometer (FWD) Testing to Evaluate the Condition of the Concrete Layer in Composite PavementsChuck Gemayel, Soil and Materials Engineers, Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 41 - From the "Highway Department" to the Department of Transportation ‎(2)
41A.pdf41AA. Transportation from trails, canals and corduroy roads to cars, trucks, trains boats and planes.  From getting "Railroaded to HB7"David Dicke, Ohio Department of Transportation
41B.pdf41BB. Challenges with Hike/Bike Trail Projects in SW OhioDoug Raters, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 42 - Geotechnical Remediation Case Histories ‎(3)
42A.pdf42AA. Static Load Induced Liquefaction, Steel Corners Road at SUM-8 Embankment LandslideAlexandre Bredikhin, Ohio Department of Transportation; Mitchell Weber, Gannett Fleming Engineers and Architects, P.C.
42B.pdf42BB. Remediation of a Failed Gabion Basket Wall Utilizing Geobrugg Tecco Slope Stabilization SystemJoseph Bigger,Geobrugg North America LLC
42C.pdf42CC. Remediation of the Deep-Seated Slope Failure of a 70-Foot Interstate EmbankmentAlexandre Bredikhin, Ohio Department of Transportation; Jeffrey Snyder, BBC&M Engineering, Inc.
 

 Wed., 10:30 a.m. - 12 Noon

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 44 - Encouraging Bicycling with City-Wide Events and Company Programs ‎(2)
44A.pdf44AA. Ciclovías: Opening Streets to People by Temporarily Closing Streets to CarsLois Moss, Walk + Roll
44C.PDF44CC. Two Wheeling: The Surest Way to Personal, Environmental and Community HealthDoug Morgan, Calfee, Halter & Griswold
collapse Session - Topic : 45 - Concrete Structures ‎(3)
45A.pdf45AA. Record Setting Concrete Segmental Bridge in WV; Concrete Mix DesignJim Fichtelman, Arrow Concrete Co.
45B.pdf45BB. Record Setting Concrete Segmental Bridge in WV; ConstructionSteve Williamson, Brayman Construction Corporation
45C.pdf45CC. Post Tensioning; Florida's Persprective and Long Term PerformanceWilliam Nickas, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute
collapse Session - Topic : 46 - Pomeroy Mason Bridge (Bridge of Honor) – Lessons Learned ‎(2)
46A.pdf46AA. Pomeroy Mason Bridge (Bridge of Honor) – Lessons LearnedDavid Jeakle, URS Corporation; Steven
46B.pdf46BA. Pomeroy Mason Bridge (Bridge of Honor) – Lessons LearnedSteven Williams, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 47 - Real Time Information for the Real Time Traveler ‎(3)
47A.pdf47AA. Assisting Central Ohioans with Multi-Modal Traveler InformationKerstin Carr, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission; Christopher Hedden, Cambridge Systematics
47B.pdf47BB. Traveler Information in the Dayton-Springfield RegionBarney Leslie, TEC Engineering Inc.
47C.pdf47CC. ODOT Travel Times – A New ApproachGeorge Saylor, Ohio Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 49 - “Marine One,” The Ohio River Freight & Logistics Corridor ‎(3)
49A.pdf49AA. Ohio Valley Logistics CorridorBruce Mansfield, Burgess & Niple, Inc.
49B.pdf49BB. Creating a River-based Intermodal Transportation SystemPatrick Donovan, West Virginia Department of Transportation
49C.pdf49CC. America’s Marine Highway Corridors; “Marine One”Floyd Miras, USDOT Maritime Administration
collapse Session - Topic : 49 - Chip Seal Best Practices, Part 1 ‎(2)
48A.pdf48AA. Effectiveness of Chip Seal and Micro-Surfacing on Pavement Serviceability and LifeDr. Arudi  Rajagopal, INFRAME
48B.pdf48BB. Best Practices in Minnesota, Part 1:  Materials and Why We Design Chip SealsThomas Wood, Minnesota Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 50 - Passenger Rail in Ohio ‎(2)
50A.pdf50AA. The Ohio State Rail PlanStephen Slavick, Wilbur Smith Associates
50B.pdf50BB. Manufacturing the Self-Propelled DMU in AmericaTed Schaefer, American Railcar Company
collapse Session - Topic : 51 - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act – a.k.a. – Stimulus $$$$$ ‎(2)
51A.pdf51AA. ODOT and  ARRA – A State-wide Status ReportAndrew Williams and Andrea Stevenson, Ohio Department of Transportation
51B.pdf51BB. Stimulus Projects – The Local Government ExperienceDon Moeglin, Canton City Engineer
collapse Session - Topic : 52 -  Survival Skills for Future Trans. Professionals, Pt 2: Comm. Skills for Working Well with Others ‎(1)
52A.pdf52AA. Communication Skills for Working Well with OthersCarol Schubert, Ohio Department of Transportation
 

 Wed., 2:15 p.m - various end times

 
  
  
  
  
collapse Session - Topic : 54 .Engineering Ethics - Your Responsibilities Case Study – Conflict of Interest ‎(2)
54A.pdf54AA. Your Responsibilities as an Engineer and a Case Study – Conflict of InterestWilliam Lhota, OSPE
54B.pdf54BA. Your Responsibilities as an Engineer and a Case Study – Conflict of InterestJohn Greenhalge, State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors
collapse Session - Topic : 55 - Unique Bridge Solutions ‎(3)
55A.pdf55AA. Missouri  DOT’s Safe & Sound Bridge ProgramStephen Dunaway, Jacobs Engineering Group;  Kenyon Warbritton, Missouri Department of Transportation
55B.pdf55BB. Design & Construction of Floating Concrete Breakwaters for the port of Bremerton using physical & Computer ModelingPanchy Arumugassamy and Robert Henry, Art Anderson Associates
55C.pdf55CC. The History and benefits of Prefabricated Grid reinforced Concrete DecksPhilip Gase, The D.S. Brown
collapse Session - Topic : 56 - Bridge Construction Using Unusual and Accelerated Techniques ‎(2)
56A.pdf56AA. Jackson Street Bridge RehabilitationChuck Cvitkovich, HNTB Ohio, Inc.
56B.pdf56BB. Accelerated Construction of the 4500 South BridgeJohn Dietrick, Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
collapse Session - Topic : 57 - Traffic Engineering Case Studies: Simulation for Influencing Decisions ‎(3)
57A.pdf57AA. Columbus Traffic Signal System Phase “A” Lessons LearnedRyan Bollo, City of Columbus
57B.pdf57BB. Seeing the Future: Effective Us of Visual Traffic Simulation to Illustrate Transportation Solutions and Influence Decisions in the Planning ProcessSteve Thieken, Burgess & Niple, Inc.
57C.pdf57CC. Empirical Demonstration of Using Buses to Detect Recurring Traffic Congestion on Surface StreetsMark McCord, Prem K. Goel, Rabi G. Mishalani, Cheng Chen, and Jinguo Gao, The Ohio State University
collapse Session - Topic : 58 - Chip Seal Best Practices, Part 2 ‎(1)
58A.pdf58AA. Chip Sealing, Best Practices in Minnesota, Part 2:  Construction, more than kicking the tiresThomas Wood, Minnesota Department of Transportation
collapse Session - Topic : 59 - Multi-Modal Planning and Transit Oriented Development ‎(2)
59A.pdf59AA. Multi-Modal Planning and Transit Oriented DevelopmentMary Barber, Environmental Defense Fund
59B.pdf59BA. Multi-Modal Planning and Transit Oriented DevelopmentDean Harris and Molly Becker, METRO Regional Transit Authority