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Planning for Freight Movement
Date: Saturday, April 13
Time: 10:30AM - 11:45AM
On average, 42 tons of freight is delivered to every man, woman, and child in the United States each year, making planning for freight movement an increasingly critical topic in transportation. This session looks at the importance of defining freight corridors within a community and the processes and techniques planners use to accomplish that task throughout the country and, in particular, the City of Baltimore.
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Lisa D. Loftus-Otway
Research Associate IV
Cntr for Trans ResearchSee this speaker's bio
Resident VP, State Government and Community Affairs
Valorie L. LaCour
Senior Transportation Planner
City of Baltimore Dept of Plng.See this speaker's bio
Jacquelyn M. Seneschal, AICP
Senior Supervising Planner
Parsons BrinkerhoffSee this speaker's bio