2021 National Conference Going Virtual Pocono Mountains PA

"The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system through education, innovation and fellowship."

ASHE 2021 National Conference

Join us for a Virtual Conference

May 25 - May 27, 2021

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Recorded Technical Sessions are now available on our Conference Program Page.

 

Session 5, Track 1B

Complete Streets - Redefining Greensboro’s Gateway

This session will look at the City of Greensboro's planning efforts to reallocate the right of way along a 1.8-mile stretch of W. Gate City Boulevard to enhance safety for all modes and improve the aesthetic character of a an important City corridor. This session will review the W. Gate City Boulevard corridor and discuss issues and trends as they relate to Complete Street planning in similar urban contexts across the country.

Adam Archual; Gannett Fleming, Inc. - Raleigh, NC  
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Adam is a Senior Environmental Planner in Gannett Fleming's Raleigh Office with a background in cultural resource management and historic preservation. Adam has been working in the transportation industry for 9 years as a cultural resource subject matter expert and as lead environmental planner responsible for NEPA and state-equivalent compliance for surface transportation projects across the southeast US. In his role, Adam is routinely involved in the early planning for transportation projects and in the engagement of the public and stakeholders in the development of transportation projects that serve the needs of all communities.

Carie Long; Gannett Fleming, Inc. - Philadelphia, PA  
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Carrie is a Senior Transportation Planner in Gannett Fleming's Advanced Mobility Group and is based in Philadelphia, PA. Carrie works on projects to prepare for the integration of transformative, connected, and automated mobility. Previously, Carrie served as the Director of the Center for Safe Mobility, where she developed new ways of understanding mobility, wayfinding, and safety to inform the policies that shape the design of our streets and transportation systems.