Mobility Hub Implementation: Beyond Informational Graphics

APA Colorado Chapter


Friday, April 19, 2019
10:40 a.m. - 11:40 a.m. MDT

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Mobility hubs are a recent element of contemporary transportation planning. In recent years planners have sought to create planning level polices that leverage the nexus of land use and traditional transit with recent transportation modes such as dockless mobility devices, car-share, and transportation network companies. Mobility Hub Implementation: Beyond Infographics will illustrate how the City of Aurora integrated the broad planning-level ideals of mobility hubs into the City’s development review process, formalizing traditional mobility hub concepts into implementable, specific, and detailed expectations for private development.

Learning Objectives:

1) How to integrate long range planning concepts into development review in order to meet changing transportation needs

2) How planners, engineers, and plan reviewers can work together to implement conceptual ideas

3) How to incorporate public transportation needs and multi-modal networks into the land development approval process


Joseph Hart

Confirmed Speaker

Joe Hart has over 40 years of experience in traffic engineering, transportation planning, alternatives assessment, and environmental studies. He was the project manager for Aurora’s Northeast Area Transportation Study “NEATS Refresh”) that identified potential locations for mobility hubs within the 130 square mile development area south of Denver International ... Read More

Thomas Worker-Braddock, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Tom Worker-Braddock, AICP, PTP, is a Senior Transportation Planner with the City of Aurora focusing on transportation systems planning, mobility share, and bicycle and pedestrian planning. Previously he spent 10 years in the Kansas City area working for a consulting firm on transportation plans and transit projects for various cities ... Read More

Will Wagenlander

Confirmed Speaker


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