Assessing Indirect and Cumulative Impacts of Transportation Projects
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 8:30 AM - Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 4:30 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Welcome to a new training approach from Adrian Collaborative, LLC. In addition to our professional services in planning, project management, and community involvement, we have a corporate focus on research and education. The primary discussions, examples, and case studies will be based in Georgia and the Southeast. Not your typical training class, our approach combines informal lecture with many media examples, interactive group discussion, and hands-on group case studies with presentations. Our registration fee includes everything you need: a great training atmosphere, creative food choices, engaging discussions with colleagues, and extensive take-away materials that are formatted for practical use.
Topic: Assessing Indirect and Cumulative Impacts of Transportation Projects
- Understanding terms, study areas, and methodology
- Estimating induced land use changes
- Indirect impacts on sensitive resources
- Cumulative impact spatial and temporal boundaries
- Analysis tools and impacts
- Team approach with technical disciplines on each case study: NEPA/general planning, cultural resources, ecology, air/noise
Certifications/Credit: GDOT Approved Environmental Training, 12 Professional Development Hours
AICP Members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this 2-day training session. Adrian Collaborative is an approved CM Provider. More information about AICP’s CM program can be found at www.planning.org/cm. The following credits have been approved:
CM I10 CM I1.5 I Law
When: Wed, Feb 27 and Thur, Feb 28: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Cost: Private: $675 State/Federal Agency: $375 Including training materials, breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages
Registration: Online payment options as well as checks. Seating limited to 30, divided by technical specialty for balanced teams for a case study exercise.
Where: Adrian Collaborative is based in historic downtown Duluth. Our office and multimedia training facilities are located inside the co-working space of The Work Spot, 3150 Main Street, Suite 105, Duluth, 30096.
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Who: Lead instructor will be Todd A. Barker, AICP. Todd has worked in the consulting industry for more than 23 years, with more than 21 focused on environmental and transportation planning. He has contributed to or led projects in 9 states, with an emphasis over the past 14 years in Georgia and the Southeast. In addition to conducting training for two state agencies, Todd has served as speaker and moderator at state and national conferences on planning topics.
Discounts? Discounts have been created based on specific conditions below. If you meet one of these conditions, review our promotional codes on our facebook page and select the relevant one for your registration checkout. Only one code can be applied per ticket:
- Traveling more than 100 miles (10% discount to offset travel costs)
- Multiple registrations from same firm for this session (10% discount after first full registration)
- GIS capable and willing to bring your laptop for team GIS exercise on Day 2 (limited to 5: 20% discount)
- Recently unemployed—active in the profession within GA but not currently employed
Food? Yes! All provided at no extra cost to you. Breakfast from local restaurants. Beverages and snacks/desserts. Creative lunches including “open tab” options of your choice as you explore walkable downtown Duluth on Day 1. Day 2 will feature creative catering while we work in teams on case studies.
Rewards? In addition to a new perspective and better skills, you can earn cash prizes and recognition through your personal and team efforts.
If I do not work directly with NEPA or transportation projects, can I still get value from this course?
Our target audience is professional level staff with at least 2 years of experience, all the way to 20+ years, as we will be combining a mix of backgrounds in multiple case study teams. Even if you do not deal specifically with NEPA or transportation, you can gain a good understanding if you have experience in related fields such as land use, long-range planning, or sustainable development. While part of our intent is to include appropriate level content to meet certification maintenance standards for the American Institute of Certified Planners, students of any skill levels will fit in, learn, and contribute through this unique format.
Travel: Where can I park? What accessibility options are available? What about overnight stays?
We encourage any carpooling or commuter options you have available. Downtown Duluth is easily accessible via I-85, SR 120, and Buford Highway, approximately 45 to 60 driving minutes north of the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Free parking is available in lots adjacent to the 3150 Main Street building and across the street. Handicap parking spaces are reserved directly along Main Street in front of the building. All of our breakout sessions and meals will be on site or within easy walking distance of less than 2 blocks. If you have any medical or other accessibility needs, please alert us in advance so that we can take care of them. If you need overnight accommodations, contact us directly for ideas and assistance.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
You are welcome to bring your phones, tablets, and laptops. Free wireless access will be provided, and your devices may be useful during the case study on Day 2. Bring whatever you need to be the most effective in class with minimal distractions.
What food choices will I have?
No need to bring or buy your own food or beverages, as we will have creative options all day. With so many choices, we can adapt quickly to any dietary restrictions. For example, Day 1 features an “open tab” with the full lunch menu at 3 different local restaurants. If you have specific concerns or requests, just use the Contact Organizer button or email us: email@example.com.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes. Please send us the same information for your replacement as you filled out, particularly the name, years of experience, and technical focus so that we can adjust our teams for the group case studies.
What is the refund policy?
We are trying to provide the best learning experience with creative group assignments based on your information. That means we are counting on your participation to make the class the best it can be. At the same time, we understand that "reality happens" and not always with much notice. If you have a cancellation at least 4 business days in advance, we will provide a full refund. For unforeseen emergencies, please contact us directly to discuss options: use the Organizer Contact button above or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will you accept invoice billing?
If your company or agency requires invoicing instead of advance payment, please email us your request. If an invoice is approved, we will give you details to register at least 4 business days prior to the first day of training.
What happens if this training is cancelled?
If we do not receive enough registrations to meet our standards for high quality, interactive case studies, we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule. In the event of inclement weather, we will make a decision to put your safety first. You will be alerted of any last-minute cancellations or rescheduling due to weather or emergency via email, text, and phone for your convenience. If we cancel for any reason, we will issue a full refund within 2 weeks. If we reschedule, we will alert you of new dates and confirm your availability or cancel your seat and issue a refund at your request.
When & Where
Adrian Collaborative, LLC
Adrian Collaborative, LLC is a professional planning firm based in metro Atlanta. Our specialties include NEPA management, review, and advisory; environmental project scheduling; program management; environmental and transportation planning; community engagement; and new media in project communications and outreach. We are prequalified by Georgia DOT in NEPA and Public Involvement and as a female-owned DBE firm. From our interest in promoting sustainable growth and high quality in the planning profession, we will be contributing to research projects, offering professional training courses, and hosting or conducting webinars and social media events.