Icebreaker Social: November 3 @ 12:00 – 12:15 PM (MDT)
Webinar: November 3 @ 12:15 – 1 PM (MDT)
About the Presentation
The City of Lloydminster, along with ISL Engineering, completed a study of the City’s truck routes and dangerous goods routes. The objective was to review and refine options for alternate truck routes and dangerous goods routes within the City and to consult with numerous stakeholders, provide a comprehensive signage plan, and an accompanying cost estimate. The project recognized that changes to the truck routes and dangerous goods routes would require engagement between the City and stakeholders throughout the project to ensure that the City balances the needs and objectives of all stakeholders. The lack of standardized methodologies for designating truck routes and dangerous goods routes created the need for developing clear guidelines to direct the City of Lloydminster’s future decisions. Individual evaluation frameworks were developed for truck routes and dangerous goods routes which would allow route options to be objectively evaluated.
This presentation will focus on the process of developing the evaluation frameworks, lessons learned, and final recommendations for truck routes and dangerous goods routes within the City of Lloydminster, following the comprehensive city-wide truck route and dangerous goods route review.
About the Speakers
Olivia Ryan E.I.T. is a Transportation Engineer-In-Training in ISL’s transportation group in Edmonton. Her areas of expertise include conceptual and functional planning of intersections, corridors, roadways, highways, and interchanges, in urban and rural environments. She also performs capacity and traffic analysis for individual intersections, corridors and networks, and assists in the management of planning projects of varying complexity and scale.
James Rogers P.Eng. graduated in 2010 from the University of Saskatchewan with a Degree in Civil Engineering, James has worked his way from a surveying assistant to the Senior Manager of Capital Infrastructure with the City of Lloydminster. After spending time as a consulting engineer within the private sector, James made the transition to the public sector to further his career and apply the lessons learned and gained professional practice skills within a municipal setting. Being borne and raised in the City of Lloydminster, James knew first hand the need to complete the Dangerous Goods Route and Truck Route Establishment project as the benefits it would bring to the City of Lloydminster would be long lasting.
Virtual Icebreaker Social
We will be holding a social from 12:00 to 12:15 PM to provide attendees with the opportunity to mingle just like we would if we were back at the Faculty Club. Participants will be split into breakout rooms to facilitate conversations. This is optional, anyone who is not interested in the social may log in at 12:15 PM for the webinar.