GVITE Lunch Meeting - February 26 2018

January 27, 2018

Presentation: AAA Cycling and Pedestrian Spaces

Presenter: Mike Zipf and Grace Chiang
City of Vancouver

Location: Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre
698 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1G1
Room: Ballroom East & Centre

Date: Monday, February 26, 2018

Time: 11:30 am - 12:00 am (Registration & Lunch)  
12:00 am - 1:00 pm (Presentation)

Early Bird Cost (before 9 February 2018): $45 (Members), $50 (Non-Members), $25 (Students)

Cost (on or after 9 February 2018): $55 (Members), $60 (Non-Members), $35 (Students)

AAA cycling design guidelines state that separation of modes is often desired to enhance comfort for all people.  However, sometimes we have cycling routes pass through plaza’s and other shared spaces.  This presentation will provide an overview of Vancouver’s AAA cycling design guidance and then dive into 2017 co-op student research & learnings on interactions of people walking and cycling through plazas and shared corridors.

About the Presenters:

Mike Zipf is a Senior Engineering Assistant at the City of Vancouver specializing in Active Transportation.  Mike joined Vancouver’s Transportation Planning Team in 2014 and previously worked for the City of Coquitlam. He has 10 year experience in Transportation Planning and holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Howard University in Washington, DC as well as a diploma in Urban Planning.  He works on advancing design guidelines, research, and policy for walking and cycling at the City. His projects include the development of a new raised crosswalk standard, yield on turn signage, and cycling guidelines for all-ages-and-abilities.  He has a passion for walking or cycling for most trips all seasons of the year.

Grace Chiang is a Civil Engineering student at the University of British Columbia. She has a total of 20 months of experience as a co-op student in several different fields of transportation engineering including traffic engineering, highway design and transportation planning. At the City of Vancouver, Grace worked as a transportation planning engineering assistant and contributed to various walking and cycling projects including pedestrian/cycling spot improvements and school travel planning. Her main research project was on walking-cycling shared spaces.

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