The Ever‐changing Resource Economics of Transportation

APA Colorado Chapter

#9175725

Friday, April 19, 2019
9:20 a.m. - 10:20 a.m. MDT

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Overview

In many ways, planning and designing transportation solutions is an exercise in allocating resources. Emerging trends in transportation are shifting the resource paradigm beyond travel lanes, parking, and green time. Competition is increasing for storage and mobility space for shared mobility modes and curb space. And, planners using valuable staff time to implement non‐physical, programmatic measures to affect behavior. This session will explore the evolving resource demands created by emerging transportation modes and shifting user expectations, as experienced by planners and engineers in Denver and Boulder.

Learning Objectives:

1) Ways of measuring and planning for curb space, as well as strategies to increase curb space productivity.

2) Lessons learned through pilot projects that incorporate Transportation Network Companies.

3) Policy‐level considerations for emerging transportation modes.

Speakers

Alyssa Alt

Confirmed Speaker

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Chris Hagelin

Confirmed Speaker

Chris Hagelin is a Senior Transportation Planner with the City of Boulder and manages the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program for GO Boulder. He is responsible for working with employers, employees and residents to reduce single occupant vehicle travel, vehicle miles of travel (VMT), and transportation-related emissions. Chris also manages ... Read More

Randall Rutsch, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Randall Rutsch, AICP, MPA, is a Senior Transportation Planner for the City of Boulder focusing on long range and regional planning, transportation finance and advance mobility. Work at the city includes managed four updates of the award winning Transportation Master Plan; eight cycles of TIP funding applications securing more than ... Read More

Contact Info

Shelia Booth, sbooth@apacolorado.org