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  Monday | June 24

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

  Tuesday | June 25

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

  Wednesday | June 26

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After

Session 3A: Complete Street Evaluations
Presenter: Kendra Rowley
Time: 1:00pm–2:30pm
Location: Spyglass

As best practices continue to evolve for the design of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly intersections and streets, there is a need for evaluation of new installations. Practitioners are often faced with the question “Is this project actually doing what it was intended to do?” and the traditional metrics of traffic volumes and level of service do not convey the full picture of success for a complete streets project, while relying on a change in collision patterns after a project is completed means waiting several years.

This presentation aims to present a recommended process for evaluating complete streets projects, based on a case study in the San Francisco Bay Area. The presentation will cover data collection methodology, metrics, and sample results chosen to address five different categories: Vehicle Flow, Bicycle Activity and Environment, Pedestrian Safety, Signal Compliance, Loading and Unloading, and Transit Service. The goal is to create a framework for practitioners to consider when evaluating future projects, to emphasize the importance of consistent data collection methods as an industry, and to present unique methods for evaluating safety in the near term when long term collision data is not practical.

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David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

David Wasserman

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist