Transport Research Board - TRB Webinar: Livable Transit Corridors

2017-03-16 14:00 - 16:00 (UTC)
TRB will conduct a webinar that features research from the Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP)’s Report 187: Livable Transit Corridors: Methods, Metrics, and Strategies. The planning method presented in the handbook was developed by studying more than 350 transit corridors throughout the U.S. It offers an operational framework for defining and assessing livability to provide clear guidance for corridor-level visioning and planning. A set of analysis tools was developed to identify corridor livability strengths and needs, and recommend paths to implementation. At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
    -Understand what livability is and how it can be encouraged through transportation/land-use integration along transit corridors -Understand how to use the Handbook and Calculator in TCRP Report 187 -Apply the tools for a stakeholder-based process to establish corridor-wide goals and strategies

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Course provider: Transport Research Board


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Trainer: • Christopher Ferrell, CFA Consultants
• Matthew Taecker, Taecker Planning & Design
• Bruce Appleyard, CFA Consultants


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Name: Reggie Gillum


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Course Outline: 1.Project background and objectives
◦What is livability?
◦How can a comprehensive approach to livability be applied to transit corridors?
◦How can metrics and measures for livability inform policy, planning, and implementation decisions?
◦How can livability analysis and visioning encourage coordination and cooperation among agencies and stakeholders?
◦Transit corridor
3.Five-step process for livable transit corridors
4.Typology of livable transit corridors and metrics for measurement
5.Livable transit corridor calculator
6.Implementation goals and strategies
7.Question and answer session

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