State of the State
Will Britnell, Roadway Design Unit, CONNDOT
Ted DeSantos, Transportation and Structures, Fuss & O'Neill
Case Studies from Connecticut and New England - how Complete Streets fits into long term transportation plans, community building and economic development.
The Community Interface
Tom Maziarz, CONNDOT
Toni Gold, Urban Edge Associates
I-84 Viaduct Study, Hartford - an alternative approach to traditional transportation planning and the creative response of planners and the community.
Fire Chief John Cochran, Russellville, Arkansas
Integrating Complete Streets with Fire and Safety Concerns - a proponent of the Congress for New Urbanism's goals, Fire Chief Cochran believes that fire and safety requirements must support Complete Streets.
Implementing Complete Streets
Wade Walker, Director of Planning, Fuss & O'Neill
Tom Harned, Bicycle Advocate
Doug Holcomb, Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority
How to develop a holistic transportation strategy that provides livability and balance, providing a full range of seamless multi-modal opportunities - transit, pedestrian, bicycle and roadway networks.
Designing Great Places
David Sousa, CDM Smith
How transportation infrastructure that is well integrated into the fabric of neighborhoods and transportation corridors can provide economic value to communities.