APA California Chapter, San Diego Section


Thursday, May 12, 2016
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. PDT

San Diego, CA, United States

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With the implementation of SB 743, the focus of transportation analysis will shift from driver delay to reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, creation of multi-modal transportation networks and promotion of mixed land uses. This shift changes the project review paradigm under CEQA and may rearrange work priorities for a wide range of professionals including traffic engineers, transportation planners, city planners, and environmental professionals.

Join us for a stimulating lunch event as Chris Ganson and Chris Calfee Discuss the implementation of SB 743. Presentation will be followed by a panel discussion focusing on the implications of incorporating the alternative transportation metrics into CEQA and the new opportunities this may create. 

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KC Yellapu

Confirmed Speaker

Linscott Law & Greenspan Engineers

Chris Ganson

Confirmed Speaker

Chris Ganson is a Senior Planner with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research. His focus is on transportation and land use planning policy, including its implications for greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental and human health outcomes. His work has included developing and evaluating performance standards and methodologies ... Read More

Andrew Martin

Confirmed Speaker

As a Senior Regional Planner with the San Diego Association of Governments, Andrew Martin is responsible for CEQA/NEPA compliance and permitting for some of the agency’s capital improvement projects and planning efforts. He managed the preparation of the environmental impact report (EIR) for San Diego Forward: The Regional ... Read More