Complete Streets and Complete Trip: Improving Accessibility through Policy and Infrastructure

American Public Transportation Association


Monday, May 8, 2017
10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. CDT

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Strategies for implementing complete streets policies and a complete trip approach



Transit agencies are working with communities and other stakeholders to implement complete streets policies that provide safe access to transit and foster the complete trip for all users. In addition to providing safety and access for all users, complete Street design treatments take into account accommodations for disabled persons as required by the ADA. Join this session to learn how new trip planning technology and integrated mobility options that include walking, bike sharing, and car sharing can benefit all users.


Michael Jelen

Mike Jelen is a Vice President of AECOM Technical Services, where he is transportation business unit leader in the DC Metro Region, and also surface transportation technical practice group leader for North America. Mike represents AECOM on the Steering Committee of the National Complete Streets Coalition, and on the Board ... Read More

Stephen Newhouse

Transportation Planner, Service Development and Planning, AC Transit (Alameda Contra-Costa Transit District), Oakland, CA Read More

Christian T. Kent

Vice Chair, Access Committee; Assistant General Manager, Access Services, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Washington, DC Read More

Brian Soland, AICP


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