Tia Boyd – Risk-Based Transportation Planning for Uncertainty presentation

On May 1st, 2020, Tia Boyd, Research Associate with CUTR’s Planning and Corridor Management Program, served as a panelist at the American Planning Association’s National Planning Conference. The presentation, Risk-Based Transportation Planning for Uncertainty, highlights findings from a recently completed project evaluating the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP) and risks to the future of transportation in Florida. Commissioned by FDOT, the project

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Program Director Kristine Williams’ study published by TRB

Program Director Kristine Williams’ study “National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 549: Incorporating Roadway Access Management into Local Ordinances” was recently published by the Transportation Research Board. The synthesis documents regulatory tools and practices used by local governments to implement access management and provides examples of how state transportation agencies are effectively coordinating with local governments to advance access

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Integrating Equity into MPO Project Prioritization

Integrating Equity into MPO Project Prioritization Methods used to integrate equity into metropolitan planning organization (MPO) prioritization processes vary significantly in scope and potential effectiveness. This research, completed for the Center for Transportation, Equity, Decisions, and Dollars (CTEDD), was undertaken to assist MPOs in developing effective methods for integrating equity into their project prioritization process as it specifically relates to

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Kristine Williams’ Multi-modal Transportation Planning Presentations

Kristine Williams’ Multi-modal Transportation Planning Presentations

Kristine Williams’ Multi-modal Transportation Planning class presented their ideas for improving walking, cycling, and transit use on three corridors in Manatee County to County staff on December 3, 2019. The graduate class project was performed for Manatee County as part of the USF Community Sustainability Partnership Program. A final report detailing the concepts will be provided for consideration by the

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Manatee County Complete Streets Redesign

Manatee County Complete Streets Redesign

Last week, CUTR Program Director Kristine Williams’ students presented their interim projects on conceptual complete street redesigns for Manatee County. The class created these designs through the USF Community Sustainability Partnership Program or CSPP (CSPP). The course welcomed – Nelson Galeano, Manatee County – Wade Reynolds, Hillsborough MPO – Alex Henry, FDOT – Dr. Peng Chen, USF – Michelle Ogilvie,

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FDOT Florida Transportation Plan Visioning Session

On May 7, 2019, CUTR/USF students Christopher Moorman, Nicole Tremblay, Dayna Lazarus, and Sean Martin participated in the FDOT Florida Transportation Plan Visioning Session with support from Planning and Corridor Management Program Director, Kristine Williams, AICP, and Research Associate, Tia Boyd. Students participated in a poster session on trends and disruptors impacting long-range transportation planning in Florida.  Christopher and Nicole

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Kristine Williams – Emeritus Member status by the Standing Committee on Access Management

Kristine Williams, AICP, is CUTR’s Planning and Corridor Management Research Program Director. Ms. Williams is a land use and transportation policy and planning specialist with extensive experience in research, training and consulting on access management. She has assisted numerous state transportation agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, and local governments in developing access management and corridor management plans, policies and regulations. Ms.

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Improving Transportation Access to Health Care Services

Improving Transportation Access to Health Care Services Principal Investigator: Kristine Williams Summary: Millions of people across the U.S. are unable to provide their own transportation due to age, disability or income constraints. Although the size of this transportation disadvantaged (TD) population is not fully known, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) states that the population is large, with about 40

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