July 21, 2005
Non Members: $150.00
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||Traffic Calming: Making the right decision
Are you receiving complaints from citizens concerned about the effects of traffic on their safety and their neighborhoods? Have you tried implementing traffic calming solutions only to create new problems? Do you want to improve traffic calming solutions currently in place?
Steve Brown, P.E., Traffic Calming Expert, will shed light on traffic calming best practices and models. This program will also include real life experience from Public Works professionals in Boulder, Colorado and Sacramento, California. Equip yourself with the knowledge to make the right choices for your community.
If you want to succeed with Traffic Calming this session is for you!
In this session you will learn:
• Traffic Calming practices that work
• Information on new trends, models and devices
• How to prevent/avoid common pitfalls
• How to effectively involve constituents in the process
||Steve Brown, P.E.
Steve serves as both an Executive Vice President of Staff Development, and Principal-In-Charge of the Southern California Region for Fehr and Peers Transportation Consultants. Steve has instructed transportation courses at UC Berkeley.
- B S Civil Engineering with Honors, University of California at Berkeley, 1985
- M S Transportation, (Fellow) University of California at Berkeley, 1987
- M B A, Golden Gate University, 1998
- Registered Traffic Engineer
Fehr & Peers Associates Inc. 1987-1992
City of Sacramento 1995-1997
Fehr & Peers 1997 to present
Experience has included transportation planning, environmental impact reports, traffic calming, signal design, intersection improvement design, traffic impact analysis, freeway interchange studies, community involvement facilitation, transportation systems management, and bicycle, transit pedestrian studies. Major projects include Washoe County Regional Transportation Plan, Reno NV, Southeast Area Transportation Plan, Sacramento, CA, Granite Park Master Plan, Sacramento, CA, Neighborhood Plan and Guidelines, (traffic calming) Beverly Hills, CA, Traffic Impact Analysis Pendland Parkway Circulation Plan, Anchorage, AK, Grantline Road/Highway 99 Interchange
Study, Elk Grove, CA, North Natomas Signals, Sacramento, CA.
||Vince Auriemma, P.E.
Deputy Director of Public Works/City Engineer
City of Golden, Colorado
Vince Auriemma has worked in the public works field since 1989. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Rutgers University, and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Colorado. He is a registered professional engineer in Colorado.
Vince has worked for the City of Golden for five years and have managed over $30 million in capital improvement projects, including neighborhood traffic calming. He is also the project manager for a $125,000 traffic calming project that will start in July 2005.
Neighborhood Traffic Management Program
City of Sacramento
For the last 3½ years Angela has worked for the City of Sacramento with the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) as a Program Analyst. She is responsible for guiding each neighborhood through the NTMP process that includes the collection of data, community meetings, the development of a traffic calming plan and the voting process. Currently Angela is responsible for 9 neighborhoods that are in various stages of the NTMP process.