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Nov
13

“Connecting the Moving Parts in Curbside Management” Workshop

DRAFT AGENDA

When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Time: 8:30 am - 4.30 pm
WhereUniversity of British Columbia, Kaiser Building rooms 2020-2030
Fees: ITSC members $200 / Non-Member $275 / Student $50

ITS Canada is offering this one-day workshop, hosted by UBC, which will look at how do we connect the moving parts in curbside management. The morning session will focus on Who, What and Where are We Now? The afternoon sessions will focus on understanding and addressing curbside management challenges and issues and how do we move forward. The end of the workshop will feature facilitated breakout sessions for workshop attendees. 

This workshop is set up in the form of panel presentations and discussions attended by experts from the public sector, academia, consulting, and industry. 

AGENDA 

Time

Description

8:30 am           

Registration, Breakfast and Networking

9::00

WelcomeITS Canada Janneke van der Zee

9:05

WelcomeUBC Prof. Dave Michelson

9:10

Welcome - City of Vancouver (tbc)

9:15 


Who, What and Where are We Now? 

  • Part I: To identify and better understand today’s curbside stakeholders, their impacts to the economy, the safety implications, and the urgent need for integrating parking with the broader transportation community
  • Part II: To share parking technology lessons learned from those cities currently deploying or planning to deploy strategies. 


Presenters:

  • Richard B. Easley, E-Squared Engineering
  • John Horner, Kapsch TrafficCom
     

Coffee break from 10:45 to 11:00 am 
 

12:15 - 1:00                                         


Lunch

Keynote Speaker: A Curbside Maangement Perspective

 

1:00


Understand and address curbside management challenges and issues

  • Explore a set of curbside management case studies that identify methods and solutions (faced by local and regional agencies as well as the freight, pedestrian and cycling communities) and discuss how these diverse regions with varying priorities are planning to address (or have addressed) complex challenges.


Presenters:

  • Mara Bullock, WSP Canada “Smart Curbside Tools”
1:45


Moving Forward 

  • Discuss process differences and similarities identified in the case studies and discuss potential ways to develop curbside management priorities based on stakeholder needs, funding levels, safety, mobility, economic impacts and technology advances. Industry experts as well as ITS Canada membership will lead this highly interactive session.
     
3:15


Health Break

3:30


Breakout sessions

  • A facilitated session for workshop attendees to develop the beginning of a roadmap and logical process to create sustainable parking and curbside management strategies that incorporate parking in the broader “mobility” arena.
     
4:30 - 4:45

Summary & Conclusion
 

 

November 13, 2019
8:30 am
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