Livability Principles at Highway Interchanges is pleased to present a free webinar entitled "Livability Principles at Highway Interchanges." This webinar discusses overcoming the challenge of implementing livability principles at highway interchanges.

The webinar held on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 from 3:00PM to 4:30PM EST is brought to you by FHWA, in partnership with the Project for Public Spaces and Sevatec.

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This webinar highlights two highway interchanges that were designed to prioritize multiple modes of travel and network connectivity, to complement neighboring land uses, and to minimize their physical and environmental footprints. The College Drive interchange on New Jersey Route 42 in Gloucester Township incorporated small footprint surface ramps and a new street grid for future development. The Louisiana-Pearl light rail station, immediately adjacent to I-25 in Denver, improved intersection designs and now has one of the highest walk shares of the region's transit stations.
Presenters share best practices on stakeholder engagement, ramp and public realm design, and prioritizing multimodal safety and mobility in their projects.


Steve Nieman, AICP, LEED Green Associate
Planning Consultant

André Luboff, PE,
Senior Project Manager and Chief Traffic Engineer, Transportation Services, HNTB Corporation, New Jersey Office

Caryn Champine,
Director of Planning Services, City and County of Denver

Rodney Vaughn,
Environmental Program Specialist, FHWA, moderator

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PDF Icon    Luboff and Nieman Slides

PDF Icon    Champine Slides

PDF Icon    Additional Q&A Responses

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