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October 17 - 20, 2023

Canyonville, Oregon Visit Event Website

Thursday, October 19
3:30 - 4:30 pm

With rising pedestrian fatalities, identifying cost-effective solutions to reduce crashes is critical. This presentation presents two case studies. By using MioVision cameras to capture pedestrian movements, the City of Columbus, Ohio, identified low-cost site-specific improvements in their pilot downtown crosswalk study program. The City of Dayton, Ohio, identified a 4-mile-long corridor with high pedestrian crashes for a corridor-wide improvement, using road repurposing to keep costs low while addressing traffic speeds and pedestrian crossing lengths. Additionally, this presentation will share ideas on funding low-cost solutions.

B&N Presenters:

Molly Loucks, PE

Amy Rosepiler, PE

Friday, October 20
10:30 - 11:30 am

This presentation will give transportation agencies a solid overview of the current analysis and design practices related to roundabouts based on experience and current research. The presentation will also discuss the most common myths we have repeatedly overheard through planning and design and will provide real-world and sometimes entertaining examples of these misconceptions. 

B&N Presenters:

Ralph Belloc, PE

Molly Loucks, PE

Molly Loucks, PE, Transportation Project Manager

Transportation Project Manager

Amy Rosepiler, PE, Director, Columbus Roadway Design Section

Director, Columbus Roadway Design Section

Ralph Belloc, PE, Transportation Project Manager

Transportation Project Manager