Pulling it all Together - Complete Streets

APA Connecticut Chapter

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

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Overview

Presenters from Hartford and Mansfield / Storrs Center talk about how they are moving toward safer, Complete Streets that include intentional improvements for walking, biking, and transit.  This includes urban, rural, town center, and University areas.

Speakers

Jackie Mandyck

As Managing Director of the iQuilt Partnership, Jackie provides leadership and logistical support for all key iQuilt initiatives, objectives and events. The iQuilt Plan, formally imbedded in the City of Hartford’s 10-year master plan, lays out a strategy and design for linking Hartford cultural and physical assets and making ... Read More

Sandra Fry

Sandy, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Hartford, is a civil engineer by training and a registered professional engineer (in the state of Pennsylvania) who has spent most of her career in the field of transportation planning. As a bicyclist and someone who enjoys a good walk ... Read More

Sara Bronin

Sara C. Bronin is an architect and attorney who is the Thomas F. Gallivan Chair of Real Property Law at UConn Law School. As Chair of the City of Hartford Planning & Zoning Commission, she led the overhaul of the city's zoning code, including innovative transportation and transit-related provisions. She ... Read More

Tim Malone

Timothy Malone is a Principal Planner with CRCOG working on a wide variety of projects. He works as a project manager on special studies in the Transportation Department, as well as the Policy Development and Planning Department. He works on transportation corridor studies, economic development, and bicycle and pedestrian planning ... Read More

Cynthia van Zelm

Cynthia van Zelm has been the Executive Director of the Mansfield Downtown Partnership, Inc. since 2002. Since her tenure began, she focused on planning and implementing Storrs Center – a $200 million mixed-use downtown development in the heart of Mansfield, Connecticut, and home to the University of Connecticut. As the lead ... Read More

Mark Carlino

Mark is the Division Chief of Traffic Engineering for the Connecticut Department of Transportation and is the co-chairman of CTDOT’s internal Complete Streets Standing Committee. Before becoming Division Chief of Traffic in August 2017, Mark served as Transportation Planning Director overseeing the Office of Strategic Planning & Projects and the ... Read More

Contact Info

Jackie Mandyck, jackie@theiquiltplan.org