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Tuesday, July 21 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
20x20 Session

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  1. Transportation Efficient Land Use and Design
  2. Connecting Campus and City: the JMU Bicycle Pedestrian Plan
  3. Do you want cheese with your wine? How about… traffic?
  4. Where the Sidewalk Ends – Bus Stop Safety and Accessibility in Blacksburg

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Chris DeWitt, AICP

Principal, VHB
Mr. DeWitt is a Principal with VHB, an east coast based transportation, land development, and environmental services consulting firm, where he leads the firm’s Mid-Atlantic Bicycle and Pedestrian Practice. Prior to joining VHB, he served as Senior Comprehensive Planner for Gloucester County, Virginia. | | His 24 year career has focused on the planning, design, and construction of multi-modal transportation enhancements. Specializing in capital... Read More →
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Peter Ohlms, AICP

Research Scientist - Multimodal, Virginia DOT Center for Transportation Innovation and Research
I am most interested in multimodal transportation planning and operations: biking, walking, transit, driving, and how they interact with each other and with land use. Occasionally my work at the Virginia DOT’s research division, the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, overlaps those interests. Before starting there in 2012, I was with JAUNT, a public transit agency in central Virginia. Before that, I was a transportation... Read More →
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Erik Olsen

Transportation Planner, Town of Blacksburg
Erik works as a Transportation Planner for Blacksburg Transit, a department of the Town of Blacksburg, VA, where he developed an on-going transportation planning internship program for undergraduate and graduate students. He also facilitates several regional projects funded by the New River Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization. He has degrees in communication, ergonomics, and systems engineering. He is an avid commuter cyclist with a passion... Read More →
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Brad Shelton, AICP

Access Management & Traffic Impact Analysis Programs Manager, Virginia Department of Transportation
Brad Shelton is the Access Management and Traffic Impact Analysis Programs Manager with VDOT’s Transportation and Mobility Planning Division. Over the last eight years with VDOT, Brad has been responsible for leading an interdisciplinary team in the development of the highway element of the Virginia Surface Transportation Plan. He has also performed work in the areas of transportation policy and functional classification while... Read More →
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Trung Vo

Transportation Engineer, Kimley-Horn
Trung Vo graduated from Georgia Tech with his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Civil Engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer in North Carolina. Trung has four years of experience in traffic operations and transportation planning. He specializes in long-range transportation planning, air quality analyses, and bicycle and pedestrian planning.
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Jonathan Whitehurst

Senior Planner, Kimley-Horn
Jonathan Whitehurst, a Senior Planner in Kimley-Horn’s Charlotte planning studio, routinely partners with communities throughout the Southeast and beyond to reinforce livability and mobility through thoughtful decisions based on local context. Jonathan’s passion is creating plans that offer a real-world sense of constructability. He routinely plans and facilitates innovative community engagement processes that yield actionable data... Read More →

Tuesday July 21, 2015 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Merrimac Sheraton Waterside Hotel

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