Traffic Calming: Real Life Challenges and DesignsPresenters: Steven Brown, PE, Seleta Reynolds, AICP, and Christina Carey, PE, AICP
Steven Brown, PE is a Senior Principal at Fehr & Peers with 25 years of experience in transportation planning and traffic engineering. He has a BS and MS from UC Berkeley in Civil Engineering and earned an MBA from Golden Gate University. In addition to his consulting experience, he was the director of transportation planning for the City of Sacramento. He has managed projects in 10 states and has focused on traffic calming for the past 15 years, including more than two dozen projects and many citywide programs. He is a co-author of the US Traffic Calming Manual, co-published by the American Planning Association and American Society of Civil Engineers.
Seleta Reynolds, AICP has twelve years of experience planning, funding, and implementing active transportation projects. Seleta has created traffic calming plans for several neighborhoods in cities from Sonoma, California to Portland, Maine. She is a member of the Transportation Research Board Pedestrian Committee and serves as the three-time President of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals. She manages the firm’s Kirkland office and leads the firm’s companywide bicycle and pedestrian practice.
Christine Carey, PE, AICP, is a senior transportation planner with over 10 years of engineering and urban planning experience. She has a BS in Civil Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and an MS in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute. Her core experience includes traffic calming, streetscape design, and pedestrian/bicycle improvements. Christine has managed numerous traffic calming projects and programs for clients including the City of Fort Bragg, City of New Rochelle and University of San Francisco.
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