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September 2020

CITE Atlantic September Webinar

September 28, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ADT

(1) Title: Lessons learned from the City of Moncton’s Temporary Conversion of Main Street to One-Way Traffic In an effort to provide more space for pedestrians and accommodate larger restaurant patios that meet physical distancing requirements during the pandemic, the City of Moncton temporarily converted a portion of downtown Main Street to one-way traffic. At the same time, a two-way bike lane was also introduced along the corridor. While this plan initially had the support of downtown businesses, unfortunately the…

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November 2020

ITE Atlantic Virtual Session

November 30, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm AST
Halifax Area Canada

Please join us on Monday, November 30th (12-1:30PM) for the CITE Atlantic Provinces Section’s second virtual Lunch & Learn Session. The first hour of the session (12-1PM) will include two approximately 20-minute presentations (see details below), with time for a few questions and discussion following each. During the final half hour (1-1:30PM), we will hold our Annual General Meeting and swear in our new executive. Presenter: Taylor Owen, Climate Change Specialist, Energy & Environment, Halifax Regional Municipality Topic: HalifACT – Halifax’s New Climate…

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March 2021

CITE Atlantic Provinces Section 2021 Spring Virtual Technical Session

March 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ADT
Halifax Area Canada

Registration:  FREE Agenda Section Update - Tanya Davis, ITE Atlantic President (12:00-12:10) New executive Section Director election Future events Presentations (12:10-1:25) Lane Keep Assist Performance on New Brunswick Rural Roads - Michael Stewart, UNB Impacts of COVID-19 on Transport Modes and Behaviour:  Analysis of Public Discourse on Twitter - Md Asif Hasan Anik - Dalhousie Analysis of Motor Vehicle Collisions involving Vulnerable Road Users in New Brunswick - Taylor Wood - UNB Traffic Microsimulation Modelling of a Mass Evacuation:  Planning…

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