#80 Healthy Street Design

Number of presentations - 15, including:

Planning Bicycle-Friendly Suburbs and Cities (Slides) Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, former Freiburg Mayor and Governor, State of Süd-Baden, Freiburg, GERMANY

Characteristics of Suburban Cyclists and Walkers: What Citizens Want and Need (Slides and Paper) Shelley Oylear, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, Washington County, and Kimberly Repp, PhD, MPH Epidemiologist, Washington County Health & Human Services Hillsboro, OR

Designing Facilities to Improve Bike User Safety and Comfort in the Suburban Context (Slides and Paper) Drusilla van Hengel, NW Planning and Programs Manager, Alta Planning + Design, Portland, OR and Shelley Oylear, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, Washington County, Hillsboro, OR

Access Suburbia – From Plan to App – Embracing Suburbia in Regional Networks of Walkability (Paper) Rick Phillips, RA, Associate Vice President, HNTB Corporation, Emeryville, CA

A Holistic Approach to Community Connectivity (Slides and Paper) Cindy Heath, Executive Director, GP RED, Plainfield, NH

Achieving an Accessible Healthy Community (Slides and Paper) Mary Ann Jackson, Managing Director, Visionary Design Development Pty Ltd, North Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Signature Streets Create Vibrant Social Activity and Spur Civic Engagement (Slides and Paper) Scott Scarfone, ASLA, Principal and Founder, Oasis Design Group, Baltimore, MD

Pontiac Livability Study: Downtown Pontiac Transportation Assessment (Slides and Paper) Thomas Coleman, Senior Supervising Planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Chicago, IL

Building Partnerships to Implement Complete Streets in Hawai’i (Slides and Paper) Heidi Hansen Smith, Community Programs Coordinator, Hawaii State Department of Health, Healthy Hawaii Initiative, Honolulu, HI

Pedestrians as an Indicator Species for a Healthy Community – Walkability at MuellerAustin (Slides and Paper) Jane Futrell Winslow, Doctoral Student, Community and Regional Planning, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

What Makes a Healthy Community? Examining the Role of the Built and Social Environment in Enhancing Physical Activity (Slides and Paper) Mika Moran, Ph.D. candidate in Urban Planning, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, ISRAEL

What Parents Think of School Mode Choices: A Qualitative Pilot Study (Paper) Shannon Sweeney, PhD Candidate, The Bloustein School, Rutgers University, Highland Park, NJ

Making the Economic Case for Active Transportation (Slides) Elliot Akwai-Scott, Planner, Alta Planning + Design, Portland, OR

Transit in Suburbia: An Analysis of Perth’s Mass Transit System and How American Suburbs Can Overcome Automobile Dependency (Slides and Paper) Staci Haber, Master of Urban Planning Candidate, New York University, New York, NY

Trials, Tribulations, and Transit Planning in California’s Central Valley (Slides and Paper) David Schecter, PhD, Professor/Chair of the Political Science Department at Fresno State, and Wilma Quan, Urban Planning Specialist, City of Fresno, Fresno State and the City of Fresno, Fresno, CA

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