Context Based Complete Streets – History and Policy

APA Ohio Miami Valley Section

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Friday, December 7, 2018
8 a.m. - 9 a.m. EST

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Overview

This session covers the history of urban design and street design when traditional streets and highways adjusted to Modernism. The industrial revolution and introduction of motor vehicles changed street design dramatically. Understanding the past is vital to changing the emerging policies of design practice when the future challenges us all. Recently, there is a better understanding by engineers that street designs play a vital role in shaping the urban environment.  Even the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Green Book is moving to more diverse Context Zones for design.

Speakers

Richard Hall

Invited Speaker

Richard A. Hall, President of Hall Planning & Engineering, Inc. (HPE) for the past 22 years, is a registered transportation engineer in 22 states, covering multiple areas within the transportation practice. Based on his desire to improve compact urban mobility for all travelers, he focuses on both Planning and Preliminary Engineering ... Read More

Contact Info

Greg Orosz, gregory@co.warren.oh.us