Tough Cookies? Accessibility, Simplifying Data, TNC vs Paratransit

URISA

#9125964

Thursday, September 7, 2017
1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. EDT

CM | 1.50

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Overview

Learn how Metrolinx uses an accessibility toolkit, how DC makes complex information available to people, and explore juxtaposed data for TNC and paratransit.

  • Metrolinx Accessibility Toolkit
    Christopher Livett, Transportation Planning Analyst, Metrolinx, Toronto, ON - Canada
  • Making Complex City Transportation Performance Information Available and Useful for Residents and Commuters
    Stephanie Dock, AICP, Research Program Coordinator, District Department of Transportation, Washington, DC
  • Juxtaposition of T.N.C. Performance Data Relative to Classic Paratransit
    Zev Naiditch, Masters Degree in M.I.S., General Manager, Transportation America, Miami, FL

Speakers

Stephanie Dock, AICP

Stephanie Dock leads the District Department of Transportation’s Research, Development, and Technology Transfer Program. The program helps the agency to be more innovative in everything from safety and development review to pervious pavements, traffic signals, and agency management. Project-wise, Stephanie manages the District Mobility project on multimodal congestion and ... Read More

Chris Livett

Network accessibility/connectivity measures are a relatively new approach to understanding the effectiveness of transit networks. Metrolinx has developed a TransCAD-based connectivity toolkit enabling analysis of residents’ access to transit and destinations across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. My presentation will discuss the development of the toolkit and its ... Read More

Zev Naiditch

Originally from St. Paul Minnesota, Zev Naiditch has close to 20 years of Paratransit experience. He currently works as the Paratransit General Manager, in a program that performs approximately 6,000 trips per day. Holding a Masters Degree in Management Information Systems, he has created countless reports using SQL and ... Read More

Contact Info

Wendy Nelson, wnelson@urisa.org