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Sidewalk power point

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Sidewalk power point

  1. 1. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 1 SLI 35-3-A-1 Focus Group Radcliffe Decanay, Ian Macek, Joel Miller, and Kelly Rula Seattle Department of Transportation March 26, 2019 Emerging Micro-mobility & Streetscape Management
  2. 2. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 2 Agenda •Introductions – 15 mins •Presentation - 20 mins • Q&A •Exercise & Discussion - 45 mins •Next Steps - 10 mins
  3. 3. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 3 Rules & Expectations • This is safe space. • Please respect confidentiality of speakers and groups. • Listen respectfully, without interrupting. • Listen actively and with an ear to understanding others' views. • Criticize ideas, not individuals. • Commit to learning, not debating. Comment in order to share information, not to persuade. • Avoid blame, speculation, and inflammatory language. • Allow everyone the chance to speak. • Avoid assumptions about any member of the class or generalizations about social groups. Do not ask individuals to speak for their (perceived) social group.
  4. 4. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 4 Presentation Outline •Statement of Legislative Intent •Goals •Devices •Exercise & Discussion •Next Steps/Look Ahead
  5. 5. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 5 Statement of Legislative Intent 35-3-A-1 Council requests that the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) report to Council on a policy analysis and strategy for accommodating and managing emerging technology and mobility options operating on City right-of-way. Council requests that the report include: • A survey of anticipated new mobility options like scooters, “transit pods,” and other non-motorized vehicles, that may be coming to Seattle in the next three to five years; • An evaluation of other cities’ efforts to address these emerging private transportation investments; and • A strategy to integrate these options into the transportation network in a safe and sustainable manner, including the possibility of utilizing bike lanes for these modes of transportation. Council requests that SDOT report to the Sustainability and Transportation Committee and the Central Staff Director by June 1, 2019
  6. 6. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 6 Goals for Tonight’s Meeting • Listen and understand how the group views the potential benefits and drawbacks of "emerging technologies in the right-of-way" • Understand how we can better plan for and manage these emerging technologies
  7. 7. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 7 Existing Micro-Mobility Devices • E-bikes • E-scooters • Hoverboards, uni-wheels, and other EPAMDs • Powered skateboards • Electric Assist Enclosed Recumbent Trike • Personal Delivery Robot
  8. 8. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 8 Electric powered foot scooters
  9. 9. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 9 Hoverboard and Uni-wheel (EPAMD)
  10. 10. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 10 E-Trike
  11. 11. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 11 Personal Delivery Robot
  12. 12. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 14 Exercise & Discussion •Benefits •Drawbacks •Where should they go? •How should we manage and educate?
  13. 13. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 15 Outlook • SLI report due June 1, 2019 • City Council may respond and give further instructions • Potential follow-up steps • Ongoing engagement • Education • Pilots
  14. 14. Date (xx/xx/xxxx) Department Name Page NumberDepartment of Transportation 16 Questions: Joel Miller New Mobility, SDOT joel.miller@seattle.gov 206-684-7639

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