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ITE Southern Alberta Luncheon: Alberta Bicycle Facilities Design Guide

November 20, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm MST

$10 – $400

The City of Calgary is working in partnership with Alberta Transportation, The City of Edmonton, The City of Red Deer, the Town of Canmore and Rocky View County to develop an Alberta specific design guide for bicycle facilities. The need for the development of a guide that can be used across the Province for bicycle facilities design came as a desire for more consistent application of bicycle facilities. The intent of the guide is that it can to be used by jurisdictions of all types and sizes, thus it was important that the development of the guide be a partnership that includes jurisdictions of different types and sizes. This presentation will outline the process, draft Design Guide and updated timeline.

SPEAKERS:

Brian PattersonActive Transportation Planning Leader and Partner, Urban Systems

Marcia EngTransportation Engineer, Urban Systems

Brian Patterson is a Principal and senior transportation planner at Urban Systems with over thirteen years of experience in strategic, multi-modal transportation planning and active modes of transportation. Brian specializes in pedestrian and bicycle planning and design and leads Urban Systems’ active transportation practice across Canada. Brian also recently served on the Board of Directors of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP), North America’s leading organization for active transportation professionals. Brian is currently leading Alberta Bicycle Facilities Design Guide project and recently led the development and delivery of a Bicycle Facilities Design Course for practicing professionals (planners, engineers, landscape architects, and others) across Canada. Brian has co-taught the course to over 300 professionals across Canada, ranging from Victoria to Halifax. Brian is also a faculty member for a recent Bicycle Network Planning and Design Course that was delivered by the University of British Columbia Continuing Studies program, and is currently an instructor with Simon Fraser University’s Next-Generation Transportation Certificate Program focusing on walking and cycling planning and design.

Marcia Eng is a born and raised Calgarian and a senior transportation engineer with over 18 years of experience in planning, operations, modeling, design and construction. Through her broad spectrum of experience over the years, Marcia has developed a unique perspective of balancing what the varying needs are for all levels of a project and for all modes. She’s applied this to her work on the City of Calgary Complete Streets projects, the Alberta Bicycle Facility Design Guide development and more recently the City of Lethbridge Cycling Corridor Functional Planning Study. She also stays actively involved in the transportation professional industry through her role on the Board of Director for CTEP and as the CITE representative for the TAC Geometric Design Standing Committee. She also previously served on the executives of the ITE Southern Alberta Chapter and the ITE Toastmasters.

Date:         Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Time:        11:30 am – Networking

11:45 am – Buffet

12:15 pm – Speaker

Location:     HOLIDAY INN
4206 Macleod Trail SE

Alberta Ballroom
Cost:      

$25 for ITE members

$35 for non-members

$10 for City of Calgary employees

$15 for Student ITE Members

 

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ITE Southern Alberta Luncheon: Alberta Bicycle Facilities Design Guide

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Date:
November 20, 2018
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm MST
Cost:
$10 – $400
Event Category:

Organizer

ITE Southern Alberta Section
Email:
southernalberta@cite7.org

Venue

Holiday Inn – Calgary
4206 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, Alberta Canada
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