ITE Southern Alberta March Luncheon & Complete Streets Workshop
March 12, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 3:30 pm UTC-8Free – $400
BLine BRT: Bringing experience from Vancouver to Calgary
Join our speakers to learn about progress on a major Vancouver BRT project. The talk will cover planning goals and prioritization of measures that contribute to a great service. Be prepared to reflect and discuss equity and tradeoff decision making fundamental to transportation engineering.
Jen Malzer P.Eng.
Transportation Engineer, Liveable Streets
City of Calgary
Mariya (Mars) Otten-Andrew P.Eng., PTOE
Manager – Transportation Planning Alberta
Planning & Advisory, Transportation
WSP Canada Inc.
Complete Streets Workshop:
Multimodal Level of Service (MMLOS) Application
Multi-modal level of service evaluation is emerging as a key component of complete streets implementation in communities across Canada, both for corridor studies and new developments. The purpose of this presentation and workshop session is to introduce key aspects of multi-modal LOS analysis, drawing on the extensive work undertaken for the City of Ottawa. Topics of discussion to include: purpose of multi-modal analysis, key analysis parameters and tools, integration with policy and planning objectives through target-setting, limitations of multi-modal analysis, and experience with multi-modal analysis to-date. Participants will be invited to apply MMLOS to a corridor, considering a local example.
Zibby Petch P.Eng
Active Transportation Planner/Engineer
IBI Group, Hamilton, Ontario
Jen Malzer is a transportation engineer for the Liveable Streets division of the City of Calgary where she is currently reimagining Calgary’s traffic calming program to include new principles around shared decision making and tactical urbanism. She is a proud volunteer with the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers currently serving as Canadian past president & District Director.
Mariya (Mars) Otten-Andrew
Mars Otten-Andrew is a Professional Engineer and Professional Traffic Operations Engineer with over 20 years of experience, spanning Australia, the UK, Ireland and Canada. She leads the Alberta Transportation Planning practice for WSP and is Vice Chair of the CITE Technical Liaison Committee. Mars is passionate about active transportation and cycles / runs / walks to and from work most days and is currently very grateful to the City for keeping the river paths clear of snow! Outside of work, Mars loves skiing, hiking, mountain biking, kiteboarding and any type of adventure travel she can dream up.
Zibby Petch is a transportation planner and licensed engineer with IBI Group’s Hamilton, Ontario office whose work focuses on active transportation and complete streets. She regularly collaborates on multi-disciplinary teams to bring a pedestrian and cycling perspective to planning and design projects and is a certified Road Safety Professional (RSP). Zibby was a primary author of the City of Ottawa’s Multi-modal Level of Service Guidelines and has applied MMLOS evaluation tools on various corridor studies.
|Date:||Tuesday, March 12, 2019|
|Time:||11:30 am – Networking|
|11:45 am – Buffet *Please indicate when purchasing your ticket or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have special dietary requirements|
|12:15 pm – Luncheon Speaker|
|1:15 pm – Multimodal Level of Service Workshop (option to include this free workshop with your lunch will be provided when you purchase your ticket)|
|4206 Macleod Trail SE|
|Cost:||$25 for ITE Members|
|$35 for Non-Members|
|$10 for City of Calgary Employees|
|$15 for Student ITE Members|
Luncheon sponsored by:
(option to include the free Multimodal workshop with your lunch will be provided when you purchase your ticket)