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May 2018

ITE Vancouver Island: Building the New Johnson Street Bridge

May 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Moxie’s Victoria, 1010 Yates Street
Victoria, BC Canada
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 Presentation: Building the New Johnson Street Bridge Presenter:   Jonathon Huggett, P. Eng. Project Director, Johnson Street Bridge Replacement Location: Moxie’s Restaurant 1010 Yates Street, Victoria Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Registration Cost: Free . See below. Lunch: A la carte menu service The iconic “Blue Bridge” or Johnson Street Bridge over the Inner Harbour in downtown Victoria has provided the City and the Region over 90 years of service, accommodating on average 30,000 crossings…

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March 2018

ITE Vancouver Island Luncheon: Transit Futures – BC Transit’s strategic priorities for the Victoria Regional Transit System

March 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Swans Pub, 506 PANDORA AVE
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1N6 Canada
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Presentation Summary: Transit has tremendous potential to contribute to more livable and sustainable communities. The need to realize this potential is increasingly important because of factors such as climate change, population growth, increasing traffic congestion and an aging demographic. Meeting these demands requires a shift in focus from moving vehicles to moving people. This presentation will provide an overview of BC Transit’s strategic priorities for the Victoria Regional Transit System as outlined in the Transit Future Plan and focuses on…

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January 2018

Planning for Autonomous Vehicles

January 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Swans Pub, 506 PANDORA AVE
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1N6 Canada
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Planning for Autonomous Vehicles, by Todd Litman How and how soon will autonomous vehicles affect transportation planning? Some recent reports claim that by 2030, convenient and inexpensive self-driving taxies will displace most private vehicle travel, significantly reducing traffic problems and road and parking facility demands. However, there are good reasons to be skeptical of these optimistic projections; more technical progress will be needed before self-driving cars are reliable, affordable and legal under all normal travel conditions, and they can introduce…

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