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Monday, July 20 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Arterial Management Planning - Facilitating Land Development through Corridor Preservation

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The public road network is critical to the economy and to the mobility of people and goods. The system’s capacity should be thought of as a limited resource to be preserved to the greatest extent possible, while also recognizing the importance of land development to the economy and jobs. The purpose of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Arterial Management Plans is to develop a joint state and local strategy to guide development and transportation decisions along anticipated growth corridors.

VDOT’s Arterial Management Plans seek to support the economic development and vitality of the study corridor, maximize transportation system efficiency, and minimize public investment required to support local development goals while preserving and enhancing public safety. Corridor management strategies can include thoroughfare improvements, access management, operational improvements, setback requirements, right-of-way preservation, transportation demand management and policy recommendations. The Arterial Management Plans endeavor to facilitate the implementation of these planned improvements during land development activities. Presenters will discuss VDOT’s Arterial Management Plan program and will provide an example of a successful Arterial Management Plan developed for Goochland County, VA. 

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Chessa Faulkner P.E.

Kimley-Horn and Associates
Chessa Faulkner has been with Kimley-Horn and Associates for 14 years and specializes in the area of traffic engineering and transportation planning. For the last 6 years she has partnered with VDOT on a variety of efforts such as, conducting over 80 roadway safety audits across the state of Virginia, completing studies to increase the statewide speed limit to 70 MPH, and leading various long-range corridor planning studies in the Richmond... 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 →

Monday July 20, 2015 9:45am - 10:45am
Monticello Ballroom Sheraton Waterside Hotel

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