ADO Lunchtime Learning - Transportation 2040: Vancouver’s Blueprint for Sustainable Transportation
You're invited to attend a conversation with Dale Bracewell, Manager Transportation Planning, City of Vancouver.
Transportation 2040 is Vancouver’s high-level vision for all modes of transportation with specific mobility and safety goals. Guided by implementation principles, the City achieved its interim target of 50% of all daily trips by sustainable modes three years early in 2017 and is on track to achieve further growth and two-thirds of all daily trips by walking, cycling and transit in 2040.
Hear more about the story of Vancouver from Dale Bracewell, the Manager of Transportation Planning for the City of Vancouver. Dale and his team lead the citywide and community planning implementation of Transportation 2040, the city’s long range transportation plan for all modes, including funding strategies and coordination with regional and provincial transportation plans and policies.
Dale previously led the City’s Active Transportation team responsible for the city’s pedestrian, bicycle, and greenways networks as well as Vancouver’s transportation planning and operations for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, one of the largest staged events in the world. Dale had a crucial role in the development of Vancouver’s protected cycleway network.
With over seventeen years of transportation planning and design experience, Dale is a Professional Engineer who has worked for both municipal and provincial governments as well as the private sector. He currently enjoys working in one of the world’s most liveable cities encouraging and realising sustainable transportation legacies for Vancouver.
When and Where: Tuesday, 10 July 2018, 12.15-1.15pm; Whare Wānanga, Papa Tuarua/ 2nd Floor, Tāmaki Pātaka Kōrero/ Central Library, Lorne Street
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