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Engineer Proofing Your Non-Motorized Plan

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Engineer Proofing Your
Non-Motorized Plan

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Turning Plans into Reality
I didn't think it would cost that much!
Design requirements for funding sources
Estimates are a moving target
Include
Engineering
Construction
Maintenance
The Public:
The Best Frenemy You'll Ever Have
Making Cents of the Dollars
A Dirty Word - Warrants
The Chicken and the Egg Scenario
Count the users who don't exist yet for a facility that is justified by the number of users.
Speaking "Engineer" or "DOT"
Getting to the Other Side
Assemble the right professionals for each piece

Planners
Engineers
Landscape Architects
Picking your A-Team
The Public
Create an Action Plan with a Timetable
Include:
Funding Applications
Construction Phasing
Stakeholder Involvement
Permitting
Your "To Do" list
Make it specific
Assign Items to People
Congratulations!
Your Non Motorized Plan is Done!
vs.
Bullet Proofing Your
Non-Motorized Plan
A realistic Action Plan
Understanding Costs
Identifying roadblocks, literally
Building the best team
Understanding the Public
Costs are Driven by Design
Asphalt < Concrete < Boardwalk < Bridge = $$$
Speaking Engineer-ese
Understanding Traffic Safety Engineering
Reactive Approach
Evaluate the current situation for safety


Form & Function
Engineer Trail
Landscape Architect Trail
Engineer Vision
Erosion Potential
Floodplain
Slope Issue
Clear Zone Obstruction
Green Things
Landscape Architect
Plantings
Viewshed
Aesthetic Elements
Interaction
Opportunity
Example: AASHTO Design Loading
vs.
Dexter St/ M-66
The Full Perspective
Planners
Analyze a whole community
Engage the public
Demographics
Engineers
Project by Project Basis
Details
Feasibility

The End User
Stakeholders & Stakeholders
Continuous Communication
Feedback
All phases
Every Voice Counts
Questions?
Ariana Jeske, PE, PTOE

ajeske@preinnewhof.com
Ariana Jeske, PE, PTOE

ajeske@preinnewhof.com

Now what?
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