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Monday, July 20 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Route 1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis: Complexities of Implementing a True Multimodal Transportation Project along a Major Arterial Highway

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The Route 1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis confronted a complex set of transportation planning issues along a busy 15-mile corridor in Fairfax County and Prince William County. The effort was characterized by several factors that provide insights for other Virginia transportation initiatives. Multiple agencies, cooperating as Project Management Team: Led by the Department of Rail and Public Transportation, the work was executed collaboratively among DRPT, VDOT, Fairfax County, and Prince William County staff.

Multiple transportation modes, each with their own requirements: With an improved transit spine as centerpiece, the study responded to growing traffic congestion and changing travel patterns. The transition from auto-oriented land uses to a pedestrian-friendly axis for ongoing private reinvestment required focus on pedestrian and bicycle safety and connectivity. Multiple stakeholders, actively participating in project committee meetings and public engagement: The effort included a Technical Advisory Committee, a Community Coordination Committee, and an Executive Steering Committee. Each group reviewed study content and shaped the process.

Multiple land use scenarios, responding to alternative growth outcomes: Detailed land use analysis supported development of transportation alternatives. A scenario-based economic analysis outlined potential land and investment value. A funding analysis framed applicable local, state, and federal funding sources and feasible implementation timeframes. 

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Amy Inman

Planning & Mobility Programs Administrator, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation
Amy Inman serves as the Planning & Mobility Programs Administrator for the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation. In this capacity, Inman oversees public transportation and rail planning, as well as the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) programs for the agency. Her contributions to the development of statewide, regional and corridor transportation plans have ensured the creation of multimodal recommendations to guide... Read More →
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Meredith Judy, AICP

Principal, Rhodeside & Harwell, Inc.
Meredith is a planner with specialized expertise promoting livable communities through integration of urban and suburban land use patterns with multi-modal transportation networks, including a full range of public transit modes as well as automobile, bicycle, and pedestrian infrastructure. Meredith understands the power of early and continuous public and stakeholder involvement as critical to long-term project implementation. She enjoys... Read More →
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Jason Mumford

Associate Vice President, AECOM
As an engineer and planner, Mr. Mumford works to see good transportation projects come into being for the benefit of our communities and our environment. He has approached this goal from different perspectives during his 20-year career: as an engineering design manager, as an environmental planning manager, as lead process strategist on several projects and as a trainer of other project managers. | | Mr. Mumford is currently working on... Read More →
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Tim Roseboom

Northern Virginia Manager of Transit Planning, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation
Tim Roseboom is the Northern Virginia Manager of Transit Planning for the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT). He was the project manager for the Route 1 Multimodal Alternatives Analysis. He is DRPT’s representative on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG), Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization (H-R MPO) and Staunton-Augusta Waynesboro Metropolitan Planning organization... Read More →
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Leonard Wolfenstein, AICP

Chief, Planning Section, Fairfax County Department of Transportation
Leonard Wolfenstein has been working in transportation planning in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for the past 28 years.  Most of that time has been with the Fairfax County Department of Transportation, but in the mid-90’s Leonard spent 3 years heading the transit planning section at the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation.  As the head of the Transportation Planning Section for the... Read More →



Monday July 20, 2015 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Brandon Sheraton Waterside Hotel

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