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Learn about corridor planning across the country. Ask questions. Then build your own corridor! Hear how planners struggle to accommodate multiple transportation modes (bus, BRT, light rail, auto, freight, bike, pedestrian) within a limited right of way. Review case studies from San Francisco, San Antonio and Portland. Study the tradeoffs inherent in different cross-section treatments and strategies for prioritizing design to respond to planning goals and land use context. Then put everything you've learned to work as you design your own multimodal corridors to solve for different planning problems. Easier said than done, but an active and humbling learning experience.
Moderator: James Hencke, ASLA, LEED AP, Senior Landscape Architect, David Evans and Associates, Inc, Portland, Oregon
Elizabeth Mros-O'Hara, AICP, Investment Areas Project Manager, Regional Principal Planner, Metro, Portland, Oregon
Kelly Betteridge, Planning Manager, TriMet, Portland, Oregon
Aaron Carter, Manager, ICF International, San Francisco, California
Arturo Herrera, Senior Service Planner, VIA Metropolitan Transit Authority, San Antonio, Texas