ULI San Francisco: A New Metric in Town - Transitioning from LOS to VMT


2020-05-13T09:30:00 - 2020-05-13T11:00:00

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    • This event is eligible for the use of ULI SF Annual Sponsor tickets. Please contact [email protected].
    • Refund requests must be made 48 hours in advance.  
    Say ‘goodbye’ to traditional Level of Service (LOS) analysis and ‘hello’ to Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)!
    In this unique webinar learn how future development projects will be affected by the new statewide policy taking effect July 2020, changing how traffic impacts are evaluated under CEQA. Hear from transportation and legal experts about how the State’s policy is being interpreted and implemented in the Bay Area. And rounding out the conversation, a few early adopters will share lessons learned and provide some unique insights into the VMT approach.
    • Kate White, Planning Policy Practice Leader, ARUP (and former Executive Director of ULI SF )
    Presenters & Speakers
    • Robert Swierk, Principal Transportation Planner, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)
    • Krute Singa, Principal Regional Planner, Metropolitan Transportation Commission
    • Joe Kaylor, Transportation Planner, ARUP
    • Emily Ehlers, Planning and Project Development Manager, City of Oakland Department of Transportation
    • Lesley Lowe, Transportation and Environmental Planning Manager, Stanford University
    • Alan Murphy, Partner, Perkins Coie
    • Dan Engler, Partner, Cox Castle Nicholson
    • Introduction and State policy overview
    • Regional View: Creating a coordinated regional approach
    • Local View
      • Overview of local trends and the patchwork problem
      • Oakland Case Study
      • Stanford Case Study
    • CEQA\What happens to LOS?
    • Q&A