June 25 Webinar: Local Impacts of Covid-19

When: June 25, 2020 @ 12:00 PM
Where: Online
Cost: FreeRegister Here

Please join us for our final webinar before the summer. The City of Edmonton has made many changes in response to Covid-19. We’ll have the opportunity to hear from City staff about the pandemic’s impact on travel patterns in the City, how the City has responded, and next steps. Pre-registration is required for the webinar. We will send a link to all registrants one day before the webinar.

Darryl Mullen is the General Supervisor of the Traffic Control unit responsible for temporary traffic control services, traffic engineering and traffic field operations. Darryl will provide an overview of the initiatives the City of Edmonton has supported related to traffic operations in addressing COVID-19 related impacts.

Carrie Hotton-MacDonald (Director, Business Integration & Workforce Development) and Anthony Ng (Senior Engineer, Service Planning) from ETS will discuss recent changes to transit service and ridership patterns since the start of COVID and what service recovery could look like over the next year.

Howaida Hassan is a General Supervisor of Urban Growth with the City of Edmonton. Most recently she was the General Supervisor of Transportation for the City Plan – a plan that identifies the choices that need to be made to be a healthy, urban and climate resilient city of two million. Howaida will speak to how the City Plan can be a tool for post-Covid recovery, considerations for equity, urban places and mobility, and the relevance of City Plan’s 15 minute district in resilience.

 

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