Long-Range Transportation Planning and Route 30 Multimodal Transportation Study

APA Pennsylvania Chapter

#9114287

Thursday, November 3, 2016
10:30 a.m. - noon EDT

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Overview

This presentation will provide a perspective of the overall state of transportation in Pennsylvania and how the development of effective long range multi-modal transportation plans can ensure that critical future investments in transportation infrastructure are strategically made to preserve the system while assisting to revitalize communities throughout the state. 

 

The presentation will continue with the showcase of two very different multi-modal transportation plans with one being implemented a guidelines for future investment.  The other multi-modal transportation plan was a coordinated land use and transportation plan for a corridor through six municipalities in Western Chester County, PA.

Speakers

Mark Murawski

Mark Murawski is the Lycoming County Transportation Planner and has been in the position for over 30 years and administers the Williamsport Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Mark earned a Master of Public Administration from Penn State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Clarion University. Mark’s ... Read More

Natasha Manbeck, PE, AICP

Natasha Manbeck, P.E., AICP has over twelve years of experience in the fields of transportation planning and engineering with a focus on coordinating land use and transportation systems. She is a Project Manager for McMahon Associates, Inc., where she oversees a broad range of transportation planning and conceptual engineering ... Read More

Contact Info

Susan Shermer, sshermer@shermer-assoc.com