Short Sessions: Streets and Urban Form

APA Ohio Cleveland Section


Friday, November 2, 2018
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

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City streets consume a great deal of physical space in any community. They give shape to a place and serve people and traffic alike. This session will include a diverse panel of speakers including traffic engineers, architects, planners and advocates who will demonstrate how we can work together to improve the public realm. The session will include short presentations on basic traffic engineering, place making and public realm amenities. Speakers will then participate in panel discussion and open dialog on the details of working together--what it means and how it is done most effectively. This interactive session will actively engage the audience in discussion with the panel on items relating to this topic.


Nancy Lyon-Stadler

Nancy Lyon-Stadler is the WSP Cleveland Office Lead. Her technical expertise covers multiple aspects of traffic engineering and transportation planning. Nancy brings her technical understanding to address complex issues associated with transportation enhancements, with a focus on projects that improve livability and multi-modal transportation and access. Nancy holds a B ... Read More

Jennifer Pangborn-Dolde

Jennifer Pangborn-Dolde has dedicated her professional career to improving people’s lives through transportation. Passionate and committed to connecting people to opportunity and making the places we live, work, and play safer, more efficient, and more enjoyable, Jennifer marries the technical sides of engineering, construction and operations with planning and ... Read More

Katelyn Milius

Katelyn Milius is a City Planner with the City of Lakewood Ohio. She previously worked as an engineering consultant, but has always been interested in implementing projects that creatively integrate art and infrastructure to improve the communities in which we live. Katelyn is a professional engineer with a Bachelors in ... Read More

Tyler Middendorf

Tyler Middendorf is an Architect working with Birdsong Studio to preserve historic buildings, as well as a traveling Urban Design Researcher focusing on small towns and cities across the Great Lakes Region He holds degrees in architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master of Architecture and ... Read More

Megan Mitchell

Megan Mitchell is an Architectural Intern working at Birdsong Studio where she is researching small towns and cities in the Great Lakes Region while working towards achieving her architectural Licensure. She earned a Master of Architecture and a Master of Urban Design from Kent State University. Read More

Michelle Bandy-Zalatoris

Michelle Bandy-Zalatoris is passionate about strengthening neighborhoods for all. She is an urban designer and planner with City Architecture, where she has focused her work on the development of neighborhood and city master plans, corridor studies and streetscape designs, all developed with an emphasis on project implementation. Michelle’s work ... Read More

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