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Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Presentations


Innovation panel: Ken Hills presentation

Tommy Hayes, Transportation Policy Manager for Lyft, and Ken Hills, Portland Manager of Car2Go, illustrate how trends in ridesharing and car-sharing can be seen as Transportation Demand Management tools that contribute to less parked cars.

Developer panel: Craig Davis presentation

Craig Davis, Principal and Corporate Director for GBD Architects Inc., responsible for the Hassalo on Eighth development; a three-building, 657-unit transformation of the Lloyd district into a LEED Platinum community.

Developer panel: Rick Williams presentation

Overview of the economics of parking development and how that affects the provision of parking by Rick Williams, Owner and Principal of Rick Williams Consulting; a local parking policy and planning firm with national experience and reputation.

Developer panel: Ed McNamara presentation

Ed McNamara, Developer and Owner of Turtle Island Development LLC, formed in 2002. His company focuses on mid-rise, affordable rental housing that is energy-efficient and transit-oriented. Prior to forming Turtle Island, Ed worked for Prendergast and Asso

Keynote presentation

Our growing city: Parking for healthy, vibrant communities by Jeffrey Tumlin, Owner/ Principal of Nelson Nygaard in San Francisco

Innovation panel: Tommy Hayes presentation

Tommy Hayes, Transportation Policy Manager for Lyft, and Ken Hills, Portland Manager of Car2Go, illustrate how trends in ridesharing and car-sharing can be seen as Transportation Demand Management tools that contribute to less parked cars.

Community panel: Judi Hyman presentation

Judi Hyman, Parking Technical Advisory Group (PTAG) co-chair, City of Tacoma Washington. The PTAG is a citizen volunteer group made up of various stakeholders who review current parking policies and make suggestions for changes to the City Manager and Cit

Community panel: Peter Stark presentation

Peter Stark, Executive Director of the Central Eastside Industrial Council's Transportation and Parking Advisory Committee (TPAC). Mr. Stark participated in developing the Central Eastside Parking Management Plan that established the need for a Transporta

Community panel: Ron Walters presentation

Ron Walters, Northwest District Association Board Member and long-time advocate for neighborhood parking and transportation improvement. He served as NWDA President for three years during in the City-community process that resulted in the 2012 Northwest P

Developer panel: Sam Rodriguez presentation

Sam Rodriguez, Senior Managing Director for Mill Creek Residential Trust; a national company responsible for recent developments in NW Portland with subterranean parking.

Innovation panel: Mary Catherine Snyder presentation

Mary Catherine Snyder, Parking Strategist for the City of Seattle Department of Transportation brings Seattle examples of performance-based parking management, innovative area parking permit programs and other parking management technology.

Innovation panel: Paulo Nunes-Ueno presentation

Paulo Nunes-Ueno, the new Transit and Mobility Division Director for the Seattle Department of Transportation, and former Transportation and Sustainability Director at Seattle Children’s Hospital, examines a policy framework to require things like bus pas