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Session No. 6D

Multimodal: Adapting for the Future

Session Description: This session will showcase recent innovative multimodal projects, funding, and policy initiatives in Pennsylvania and nationwide. New and effective multimodal ideas being implemented in Florida will also be discussed.

Moderator Name: Kristen Kostick, P.E., Pennoni        

The Status of PennDOT’s Multimodal Deputate — Jennie A. Granger, AICP, Deputy Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

Nationwide Multimodal Progress — Tamara Redmon, Pedestrian and Bike Safety Program Manager, Office of Safety, Federal Highway Administration  

Multimodal Ideas from Florida — Angela Garland, P.E., P.T.O.E., R.S.P., Senior Engineer, Pennoni

Speaker Bios

Jennie Granger, A.I.C.P., became the Deputy Secretary for Multimodal Transportation in July 2018. She provides oversight for Department initiatives and policy related to public transportation, aviation, rail freight, passenger rail, bike/pedestrian and ports. She previously served PennDOT as Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary, Bureau Director of Aviation, and Director of PennPORTS. Granger brings 24 years of progressive public and private sector experience in all facets of management and technical knowledge of multimodal transportation development to the department. Granger holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Penn State and a Bachelor’s degree in Rural/Urban Studies from Shippensburg University.

Tamara Redmon is the pedestrian and bike safety program manager in the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Safety. She has managed the program for 19 years and develops tools and technology that help practitioners improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety. Recent accomplishments include development of a pedestrian and bicycle Scalable Risk Assessment Methodology and a Bikeway Selection Guide.

Angela Garland is a Senior Engineer with Pennoni. She has more than 20 years of experience in transportation engineering, traffic operations and planning. Garland recently owned GTS Engineering in Florida before relocating to Pennsylvania and joining Pennoni. She has been a lead project engineer/manager for numerous projects ranging in size from representing small municipalities to Florida Department of Transportation District contracts. Garland has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of South Florida, is a registered professional engineer in multiple states, and holds ITE certifications as a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer and a Road Safety Professional Level 1.

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Thursday, December 12, 2019

3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

Room 207

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