First Mile and Last Mile Projects around Transit ‐ Closing the Gap

APA Connecticut Chapter


Monday, November 19, 2018
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST

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With new stations around high quality, high-frequency transit (CTfastrak and Hartford Line), what projects are in the works to improve first mile and last mile connectivity? 


Mary Donegan

Mary Donegan joined the UCS faculty in the fall of 2017 after earning her Ph.D. from the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Mary’s work is driven by questions of how local governments and institutions can leverage scarce resources to foster ... Read More

Ted DeSantos

Ted is a Senior Vice President and Community Development Business Line Leader at Fuss & O’Neill. His strengths are client service, communication, and facilitating collaboration among public, private, and community stakeholders. He has a well-rounded skill set in transportation, complete streets, and urban development. Ted is passionate about smart growth ... Read More

David Giel

David Giel is a Traffic Engineer at CDM Smith that specializes in traffic signal design, modern roundabout design, traffic operational analysis and simulation, traffic impact and access studies, as well as planning studies. Prior to working at CDM Smith, David worked with VHB. He has degrees from UConn in both ... Read More

Jason DeGray

Jason DeGray PE, PTOE, develops sustainable transportation solutions for complex urban environments. As Toole Design’s Director of Engineering for New England, Jason has extensive experience overseeing efforts that span transportation planning, design, and engineering. These include the City of Boston’s Vision Zero efforts, the City of Cambridge’s ... Read More

Chris Kervick

Chris Kervick is currently serving in his second term as First Selectman of the town of Windsor Locks. Prior to his election, he had been engaged in the private practice of law for twenty-eight years. In 2008, he was elected to serve as the Judge of Probate for the district ... Read More

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