With communities across the region planning for an evolving economy, altered development patterns, and changing transportation habits, counties are updating their long range transportation plans to facilitate economic development, prioritize alternative transportation modes, and promote equitable access between neighborhoods, job centers, and community amenities. Cook and Will Counties are both finishing up their transportation plans, while DuPage County recently initiated its plan. Learn how each county has approached its respective transportation plan and how they may impact planning in your community.
Special thanks to Jen McNeil Dhadwal and Jim Meyer at AECOM and Laura Wilkison at Metro Strategies, Inc. for their collaboration with APA-CMS to coordinate this event.
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María Choca Urban, Director of Strategic Planning and Policy for the Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways, will present Connecting Cook County, which is the Long Range Transportation Plan for 2040. She will discuss how the plan will guide the design and implementation of a fully integrated multi-jurisdictional transportation system serving individuals and businesses across Cook County.
Christina Kupkowski, P.E., Phase I Project Manager for the Will County Division of Transportation, will provide an overview of the Will Connects 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan. As the project manager for the plan, she will describe the planning process that went into the creation of the transportation plan, which is anticipated to be adopted by the Will County Board in February 2017.
John Loper, Chief Transportation Planner and Impact Fee Administrator at DuPage County, will discuss the approach, public and interagency outreach, and anticipated outcomes that will underlie the planning process for the DuPage County Long Range Transportation Plan.
NOTE: Presenters are subject to change.
DATE & TIME: Friday, January 13, 2017, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM CST
LOCATION: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, 233 South Wacker Drive, #800, Chicago, IL 60606
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