GIS and Technology Applications for Transportation Planning and Analysis

Posted on: June 14th, 2016 by Carrie Kissel

In this session of the 2016 National Regional Transportation Conference (http://www NULL.nado NULL.org/events/rpo2016), attendees learned about new trends and real-life practical applications from regional planning and economic development organizations. Presenters discussed one transportation model based upon economic modeling and forecasting, as well as land use allocation modeling from a regional sustainability project, along with how GIS was used to support analysis of a region’s bicycle route planning efforts, a statewide effort to coordinate plans across transportation and community and economic development programs, among other models where GIS and other technologies have improved planning and analysis.  Karyl Fuller, Isothermal Planning and Development Commission, served as the session moderator.  Presentations are below.

Pat Steed, Central Florida Regional Planning Council

 

Tom Buck, North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission

 

Eric Ghahate, North Central New Mexico Economic Development District

 

 

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