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With Laurie Matkowski (Dir. Connected Automated Vehicles, Gannett Fleming), Eric Rensel (VP Advanced Mobility, Gannett Fleming), Don Sebastian (CEO, NJ Innovation Institute NJIT), Kimberly Singleton (Division of Traffic & Signals, City of Newark), Louis Luglio (GM Ops, Sam Schwartz).
Friday, February 14, 2020 at 08:00 AM   $80
Public Service Electric & Gas Co, 80 Park Plaza, T10C
 
     
 
 
              

              

 
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The Newark Downtown Circulation Improvement Study evaluates the downtown street network & envisions improvements designed to keep Newark economically competitive while providing a safe transportation experience. The data-driven study identifies improved pedestrian, bicycle, vehicle, & transit opportunities that balance demand across all modes, improve transportation equity, & maximize the use of available resources.

Join us as we discuss the study & look beyond it to examine advanced technologies & imagine the role of automation, virtual assistants & the Emotional or Symbiotic web that would allow an individualized customer experience.

What will the Newark passenger, driver & pedestrian experience look like going forward? Join us to find out!

Speakers include: Louis Luglio, Vice President/Gen. Manager - Operations, Sam Schwartz Consulting; Laurie Matkowski, Director of Connected Automated Vehicles, Gannett Fleming; Eric Rensel, Vice President/National Advanced Mobility & Safety Planning Manager Gannett Fleming; Don Sebastian, President & CEO, NJ Innovation Institute at NJIT; & Kimberly Singleton, Manager - Division of Traffic & Signals, City of Newark
 
 
 
 
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