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Thursday, May 18 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
CANCELLED--Spatial Decision Support for Active Transportation Planning

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In this presentation, the authors demonstrate an integrated process to evaluate proposals based on their impacts and costs and promote decisions informed by data and geospatial information.  Active Transportation projects for cities/municipalities are the focus.  We describe an approach developed by the Urban Transportation Center, and demonstrate how it can be applied to transportation projects to a mid sized city in the Puget Sound.  We describe how the freely available Ecosystem Management Decision Support tool can be used to jump start the analysis in ArcMap, the data needed, and expertise required of a city.  Finally we discuss the benefits and challenges of the approach for mid-size cities.


William Levings

Principal, WHLevings, LLC
Bill Levings’ experience and interest is focused on using innovative technology to improve decision making and planning in government and complex organizations. He has overseen the design and implantation of global meteorological/oceanographic decision support systems; prioritize... Read More →

Philip Murphy

CEO, InfoHarvest Inc.
Philip Murphy founded InfoHarvest Inc, a decision consulting company in Seattle in 1995. He has been designing, building and consulting on spatial decision support systems for 15 years. His focus is on building applications that help groups of of people make knowledge-driven deci... Read More →

Thursday May 18, 2017 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Room 316

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