Our March 2017 TexITE Dallas Section meeting will be held on Friday, March 17, 2017 at Halff Associates in Richardson.
Online registration is due no later than 11:00 AM, Thursday, March 16th. Please register here.
Topic: “Legacy Business Area Transportation Management Association (TMA)”
The Legacy Business Area is a major employment center in NW Plano. Current development underway includes several additional corporate headquarters and a mixed-use town center. The study was two pronged – determining future infrastructure needs and developing transportation management strategies to help reduce traffic demands. The study included the analysis of 50 intersections, stakeholder engagement with an online survey and two committees, prioritization of infrastructure recommendations, and discussion on the formation of a transportation management association.
Speaker: Tom Grant, P.E., PTOE – Kimley-Horn
Tom Grant is a professional engineer and PTOE. He went to the University of Florida for his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and started working at Kimley-Horn in 2001. He began his career in Florida, but has called Texas home since 2008. Tom is very active with the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and is the secretary of the Markings Technical Committee. Tom’s professional career includes traffic engineering and transportation planning for a variety of projects in the public and private sectors. Project types include multi-modal plans, corridor studies, traffic impact studies, interchange access justification reports, traffic signal designs, and intersection designs. Much of Tom’s efforts are related to improved mobility for all modes of travel..
The costs for the lunch are as follows:
$20 – Paid Section Member with RSVP
$25 – Non-Members (Or members who fail to RSVP)
$0 – Student
The lunch line will open at 11:30 AM and the presentation will begin shortly after noon. We will have a menu of BBQ beef, chicken, and VEGETARIAN LASAGNA from Eddie Deen’s BBQ.
Be sure to check membership status of each attendee before writing a corporate or group check.