A webinar in coordination with the ITE Urban Goods Movement Committee
Over the last decade, three initiatives have been simultaneously evolving on urban streets:
• widespread implementation of Complete Streets improvements to better accommodate bicycle, pedestrian, and public transit uses;
• rapid growth of on-demand passenger transportation services; and
• rapid growth in e-commerce, including on-demand deliveries.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for both green transportation options and direct-to-home deliveries have accelerated. In addition, with the increase in demand for urban deliveries, the last mile challenge often become a 50 feet challenge, where commercial vehicles compete with other curb users for available parking.
How do we accommodate increasingly complex uses of street and curb space while minimizing multi-modal interactions?
How do we invest in technologies to monitor, allocate and regulate curb space, and to increase the visibility of the curb?
Join us and learn about initiatives on curbside management from this distinguished panel from across the United States.
Madhuri Seera, M.S.; P.E (AZ), P.Eng., PTOE
Vice Chair, ITE Goods Movement Committee
Daniel Haake, AICP, CMILT, ENV SP
Chair, ITE Urban Goods Movement Committee
Chair, Transportation Research Board (TRB) Trucking Industry Research Committee
Member, American Planning Association’s National Legislative and Policy Committee
Dr. Alison Conway
Associate Professor at the City College of New York
Dr. Giacomo Dalla Chiara
Research Associate, Urban Freight Lab, University of Washington