This two part session focuses on the bicycle, pedestrian, and transit modes. Part 1 will begin the series with a discussion on bicycle and pedestrian plans, incorporation of bicycle and pedestrian planning into the metropolitan transportation plan, and an online platform for storing and retrieving bicycle and pedestrian count data, and will illustrate how MPOs can lead the way in facilitating progress setting policy, planning, prioritizing, funding, and implementing bicycle, pedestrian, and complete streets projects. Part 2 of this session takes place Friday morning.
Abby Harris has been employed by TDOT for one year. She works as their Environmental Studies Specialist (TESS)-NEPA in Nashville, TN. Prior to TDOT, she was in the Science Education field for six years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Earth Science Education and a Master’s Degree ... Read More
Ryan Perry is currently an Environmental Planner with the Georgia Department of Transportation. Read More
Mr. Sherrill has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master’s of Science in Geography. He has taught environmental law part-time for the past 15 years at the University of Illinois at Springfield. Mr. Sherrill has 33 years’ experience in environmental project management; and, in his role with the ... Read More
Gloria Jeff, AICP
Ryan Perry works for the Georgia Department of Transportation. Read More
Ms. Casey has over 25 years of experience in the environmental field, working on projects for various Federal lead agencies. She has been instrumental in implementing District Department of Transportation (DDOT) Environmental Management System program, funded through the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ ... Read More