Open House and Education Series Discussion
Since opening in 1998, our Orlando office has been a hub of forward thinking to tackle transportation challenges. On November 8, 2018, we’re recognizing 20 amazing years of working with communities in central Florida—and inviting clients, colleagues, family and friends to join the celebration.
Along with an open house, the Kittelson team will host a lively discussion on topics impacting the future of transportation. We invite you to learn with us and earn 3 PE PDH credits and 1.5 AICP CM credits!
Kittelson Orlando, 225 E. Robinson Street, Suite 355, Orlando, FL 32801
3–7 PM, Thursday, November 8, 2018
3–3:30 PM • Welcome/Meet & Greet
3:30–5 PM • Transportation Education Series
5–5:30 PM • Celebrating 20 Years: Message of Gratitude
5:30–7 PM • Refreshments & Socializing
Education Series Talks
Abby Morgan, connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) project manager at Kittelson, will explore CAV considerations for land use and transportation planning. Abby is currently leading mobility assessments of three major USDOT connected vehicle pilot deployments, and studying the impacts of CAVs on capacity modification factors in the Highway Capacity Manual to inform long-range planning. She brings 10 years of experience in crash safety analysis, advanced vehicle technology and policy development.
"Demystifying Reliability Data"
Bastian Schroeder, principal engineer at Kittelson, will explain data-driven decision-making at the system, corridor, and project levels. Bastian has more than 14 years of progressive experience in applied research, along with a passion for developing solutions to complex problems across all areas of transportation. He specializes in multimodal safety and operations of traffic systems at the intersection, corridor, network, and policy levels for local, state, and federal clients.
"Transforming Communities through Complete Streets"
Conor Semler, associate planner at Kittelson, will share the latest work and research around complete streets. Conor draws on his experience in urban planning, traffic engineering, and technical research in complete streets design to create livable and healthy communities, with a focus on improved conditions for walking and bicycling.