Completing Our Streets

APA Hawaii Chapter

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Thursday, September 21, 2017, 1:15 p.m.
Thursday, September 21, 2017, 2:45 p.m. HST

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Overview

The State passed complete streets legislation in 2009 requiring each county to pass complete streets policy.  Eight years later, four policies, three complete street manuals, and dozens of projects have gotten underway.  These haven’t been without lessons learned and the importance of understanding the value of partnerships for ultimate implementation.

Speakers

Michael Packard

Mike Packard is a licensed professional engineer and certified traffic operations engineer with over 15 years of progressive traffic engineering and transportation planning experience. Mike joined the City and County of Honolulu in 2016 as the first Complete Streets Program Administrator after spending the prior eight years working for a ... Read More

Melissa White

Melissa White, AICP, is a Senior Planner with SSFM International in Honolulu. She specializes in the design and execution of context-sensitive community plans in Hawai‘i. These efforts focus on bringing together technical experts, community stakeholders, and government agencies to create outcomes that reflect shared visions for healthy, sustainable, and ... Read More

April Suprenant

In her role with the County of Hawaii, April oversees the County's General Plan, the regional Community Development Plans and various village plans, transportation planning, the Coastal Zone Management Program, and the Capital Improvement Program. April utilizes her diverse background and education in architecture, planning, and real estate to ... Read More

Nicola Szibbo

An avid commuter cyclist, Nicola Szibbo, MCP, PhD is a practicing planner at the Department of Transportation Services, Affiliate Faculty at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and an Adjunct Professor at Hawaii Pacific University. Dr. Szibbo has extensive experience working in active transportation planning, urban design, and sustainable mobility ... Read More

Tommy Noyes

Tommy Noyes is Kauai Path, Inc.’s executive director and one of the organization’s founding board members. A Kaua‘i resident since 1964, he graduated from Hawaii Preparatory Academy and Stanford University. He accepted the challenge to chair an organization focused on making Kaua‘i more walkable and bikeable ... Read More

Contact Info

Renee Espiau, respiau@honolulu.gov