When: October 14, 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Where: Mirabella 116 Fairview Ave N Seattle, WA 98109 (Map)
Parking: There is limited on-site parking as well as street parking (check signs for pay period)
There will be time for networking/social, followed by dinner and a presentation.
Speaker: Mark Hallenbeck
Mark Hallenbeck is the Director of the Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC) at the University of Washington (UW) He is also the Associate Director for Outreach at for the Region 10 University Transportation Center (PacTrans) Mark has been with TRAC for 30 years. He currently teaches Intelligent Transportation Systems and Urban Transportation Planning in Civil Engineering at the UW. Much of Mark’s research involves the collection, use, summarization, and reporting of data that describe transportation system use and performance, and then using that information to work with the public and decision makers as they make major transportation and land use investment decisions. He is currently working with multiple agencies in the region to examine how “big data” and new technology can be used to improve regional mobility, while examining how changing mobility options are effecting land use decisions.
Speaker: Use of ORCA Data for Improved Transit Planning
Dinner Entrées: Dinner will be a dinner buffet chosen by Mirabella’s Chef, to include 2 entrees,1 vegetable, 1 starch, 1 salad, dinner rolls and dessert. Vegetarian and gluten free entrees are available upon request. If you have any food allergies or require special accommodations, please contact Katie Sultani-Wright or enter information during registration.
Seattle Section Meeting: http://seattleasce.org/Events_detailed.php#oct14
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