This workshop explores making connections through art, culture, and design excellence in transportation environments. Data collection and integration into economic development plans, policies, and community engagement will be discussed. Workshop facilitators will describe hypothetical scenarios or situations to encourage attendee participation. Facilitators and panelists will be selected from diverse professional fields to engage and juxtapose divergent responses.
Timothy Papandreou, Emerging Transport AdvisorsShow Abstract
Michael Fitzpatrick, HDR
What are key design concepts related to the human experience that directly impact and influence passenger connectivity in transportation environments, and how can these concepts be thoughtfully addressed in transportation projects?
Paul Van Doninck, Jernhusen ABShow Abstract
Susan Herre, Susan Herre Architecture + Urban Planning
Where are opportunities for art, culture, and design to create a customer experience tipping point in transportation environments that have the potential to demonstrate measurable gains in customer cultivation?
Ben Stone, Smart Growth AmericaShow Abstract
How can the arts, culture, and design be harnessed as tools for increased community engagement in transportation planning and development?
Data Collection and Integration into Art
Patricia Walsh, Americans for the ArtsShow Abstract
What are the benefits of data visualization incorporated into public spaces and how can data capture be harnessed to provide public benefit in transportation environments?
Preservation, Longevity, and Resiliency
Giorgio Chiarello, OPLA+Show Abstract
What are the key legal, technical, and material issues with regard to the longevity and preservation of built heritage, and what are best practices for transportation environments?