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urbanism next Conference
MARCH 5-7, 2018
An AV for Everyone: Shared mobility and equity
This workshop will explore solutions to the many barriers that people of color,
low-income households, and others face to using shared mobility, using pilot
projects from Portland’s Cully neighborhood as case studies.
Moderator: Eliot Rose, Technology Strategist, Metro
Speakers: Vivian Satterfield, Deputy Director, OPAL; Zach Henkin, Deputy
Director, Forth; Aaron Golub, PhD, Associate Professor, Portland State
University; Ingrid Fish, Electric Vehicle Policy Lead, Portland Bureau of Planning
and Sustainability; Tim Navarrette, Community Manager, ReachNow




Build it and they won’t come: The parking
How the future with shared mobility, technology, and
pricing will change how we think about building more
parking .
Moderator: Matt Shelden, AICP, Director, Planning &
Innovation Planning, Environment & Project Development
Department, Sound Transit
Speakers: Jemae Hoffman, ENV SP, EastLink Light Rail
Development Manager (2018) Director for Sustainable
Cities (through Dec 2017) and formerly from VIA (2017)
Sound Transit (2018); Mark Hallenbeck, Director of the
Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC), University
of Washington; Dylan Glosecki, Co Chair AIA Seattle,
Urban Design Forum, Senior Architect, VIA Architecture
and Planning; Frank Ching, MBA, CPP, Board of Director
& Executive Officer– National Parking Association;
Deputy Executive Officer of Countywide Planning Parking
Management & Shared Mobility, Los Angeles County
Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Building a street of the future: A playbook of
action for delivering green, complete and smart
A masterclass on designing and building the street of the
future, which showcases green, complete, and smart
street concepts.
Moderator: Adam Beck, PIA, Executive Director, Smart
Cities Council Australia New Zealand
Speaker: Chris Isles, PIA, Director of Planning, Place
Design Group

Dsigning for the future livable city: How do we put
people first in street design?
An interactive panel and workshop exploring principles
and metrics behind a people-first approach to designing
streets and cities for future mobility.
Moderator: Gerry Tierney, LEED AP BD+C, Associate
Principal, Perkins+Will
Speakers: Aaron Knorr, Registered Architect (PA), LEED
AP BD+C, Senior Architect, Perkins+Will
Meg Merritt, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard
Art Pierce, Policy, Planning and Projects Group Manager,
Portland Bureau of Transportation
Emerging technologies and the future of street
Hands-on, interactive exploration of the possible ways in
which emerging technologies could and/or should change
the way city streets look and function.

Moderator: Lake McTighe, Urban and Regional Planner,
Speakers: Karla Kingsley, Senior Planner, Kittelson
and Associates, Inc.; Hermanus Steyn, Senior Principal
Engineer, Kittelson and Associates, Inc.; Michael
Corrente, Landscape Designer, GreenWorks; Denver
Igarta, Complete Streets Planning Manager, Portland
Bureau of Transportation
Evolution of suburban arterials in the age of
autonomous vehicles
Building on Beaverton’s new Active Transportation Plan,
this charrette will focus on two busy arterials that divide
downtown and pose significant challenges for pedestrian
and bicycle traffic, and ask participants to explore how
new technology might offer solutions to these problems,
create new difficulties, or perhaps a little of both.
Moderator: Anna Slatinsky, Planning Division Manager,
City of Beaverton
Speakers: Todd Juhaz, Transportation Division Manager,
City of Beaverton
Framework design for the next generation
industrial neighborhood
This workshop session will engage a variety of experts in
creating a conceptual framework to guide the evolution
of a close-in industrial district into a livable, mixed-activity
industrial neighborhood that integrates, autonomous
mobility, e-commerce, and the sharing economy.
Moderator: Tim Smith, AICP, AIA, Principal, Urban
Design + Planning, SERA Architects
Speaker: Wilfred Pinfold, CEO, Urban Systems, Inc
Friends or Foes? AV, bicyclists, and pedestrians:
What do we need to know, and how will we learn
This workshop will cover what we know about AVs,
pedestrians, and bicyclists, and brainstorm research gaps
and work together in small groups to identify ideas to
inspire future research on the topic.
Moderator: Rebecca Sanders, PhD, Head of Research,
Toole Design Group
Speakers: Marc Schlossberg, PhD, Co-Director,
Sustainable Cities Initiative, University of Oregon;
William Riggs, PhD, AICP, LEED AP, Assistant Professor,
University of San Francisco; Justin Owens, PhD,
Research Scientist, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

Futureproofing development in the OMSI District
This workshop will explore the strategies the Oregon
Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) should adopt to
“future-proof” development in the OMSI District, which is
within Portland’s Innovation Quadrant.
Moderator: Carol Gossett, Property Development
Manager, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Speaker: Nancy Stueber, President/CEO, Oregon
Museum of Science and Industry; Local developers will
also speak at this workshop.
Land valuation impacts
Fast, fun, and collaborative – workshop organizers will test
your assumptions about autonomous vehicle (AV) impacts
on land valuation and site development potential in near
Moderators: Jason Sudy, AICP, Principal, OHM Advisors;
Urban Mobility Research Center; Rick Stein, AICP, Principal
& Owner, Urban Decision Group, Urban Mobility Research
Center; Justin Robbins, AICP, AV/CV Transportation
Planner, HDR; Urban Mobility Research Center
Parking and the future of mobility: How to build for
two realities
People who touch different aspects of the development
process share how they are adapting to changing travel
behavior, new mobility technologies, and an uncertain
transportation future.
Moderator: Joshua Karlin-Resnick, Senior Associate,
Speaker: Francis Weld, Vice President, Strategy and
Development, San Francisco Giants

Pedestrian Interrupted: The AV impact on Tampa’s
quest for a walkable downtown
A public transportation AV pilot program is coming to
downtown Tampa and could disrupt the City’s walkable
Moderator: Taryn Sabia, Assoc. AIA, RUDC Chair,
Director, Associate Professor, Florida Center for
Community Design and Research
Speakers: Adam Fritz, Assoc. AIA, Co-Founder, Urban
Charrette, Inc. / OutsideIN Architecture; Brian Cook,
ASLA, Assistant Professor, Florida Center for Community
Design and Research; Joshua Frank, Assoc. AIA, Vice
President, Urban Charrette, Inc.
Reshaping urban development when on-site
parking goes the way of the dodo
This workshop will ask participants to consider the real

estate development ramifications of eliminating parking
from urban developments and how those project-level
changes may propagate to reshape urban form.
Moderator: Terry Moore, FAICP, Senior Project Director,

Scenario planning for an uncertain future
Learn how the concept of scenario planning can be used
to engage the public in discussion about the future of land
use, transportation, and real estate.
Moderator: Lisa Nisenson, New Mobility Advisor, Alta
Planning + Design
Speakers: Alex Steinberger, Project Manager, Fregonese
Associates; Jean Crowther, AICP, New Mobility Group
Lead, Alta Planning + Design; Ken Snyder, Programming
Director, Radian|PlaceMatters
The price to pay for easy AV travel
This session will collaboratively examine the future of
demand management and identify tools, old and new, we
need in our toolbox to mitigate the demand and land use
implications of widespread AV adoption.
Moderator: Lauren Mattern, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard
Consulting Associates
Speakers: Owen Ronchelli, Executive Director, Go Lloyd
Disrict; Kathryn Doherty-Chapman, Employee Outreach/
Bike Program Manager, Go Lloyd
Transit agency focus in an era of new mobility
Help guide a transit agency and partners to focus on clear
next steps to meet the challenges of operating transit
services in a new mobility landscape to provide effective,
efficient, and equitable transit service in the future.
Moderator: Eric Hesse, Strategic Planning Coordinator,
Speakers: Jeff Owen, Senior Planner, Active
Transportation, TriMet; Jeb Doran, Senior Project Manager,
Where’d all the money go? Opportunities and
challenges for local government finances
This workshop will allow participants to join a structured
exploration of the likely challenges for local government
finance as on-line retail grows and autonomous vehicles
take to the road.
Moderator: Lorelei Juntunen, Partner/Project Director,
Speakers: Josh Lehner, State Economist, State of
Oregon; Lisa Abuaf, Development Manager, Prosper

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