The Real Link Between Planning and Scheduling

American Public Transportation Association

#9131551

Wednesday, August 9, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. CDT

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Overview

Relationships between service planning and scheduling can realize untold benefits. But not all service planners speak "operation," while schedulers may feel that planners are making service decisions without incorporating the realities of day-to-day operations. What are the best approaches to enhance the relationship between planning and scheduling? What goals should transit planners and schedulers have for these relationships, and what should each party bring to the table?

Speakers

Jonathon Bez

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Cynthia Harper, AICP

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Jonathon Bez

Confirmed Speaker

Manager of Corridor Planning, Operations, Regional Transportation District, Denver, CO Read More

Michael Eshleman, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Michael Eshleman is the Manager of the Service Planning Department at AC Transit in Oakland, CA where is also the project manager for the agency’s AC Go service expansion plan using funds from Measure BB. Prior to joining AC Transit, Michael worked at SamTrans where he was responsible for ... Read More

Leslie Bienenfeld

Confirmed Speaker

Senior IT System Engineer & Transportation Planner, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, San Francisco, CA Read More

Contact Info

Cheryl Pyatt, cpyatt@apta.com