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Below are the presentations from the APTA Multimodal Operations Planning Workshop, held August 15-17, 2011, in Seattle, Washington.

  
Presenters
  
collapse Session : Bus Rapid Transit – A Variety of Flavors and Operating Experiences ‎(4)
Moving Towards BRT in the Twin Cities
Cyndi Harper
Session-5-Moving-Towards-BRT-in-the-Twin-Cities-C-Harper
RapidRide - Exceeding Expectations in Customer Satisfaction and Performance
Fotini Georgiadou and Karen Rosenzweig
Session-5-RapidRide-Exceeding-Expectations-in-Customer-Satisfaction-and-Performance-K-Rosenzweig
SWIFT – Bus Rapid Transit
June DeVoll
Session-5-SWIFT-Bus-Rapid-Transit-J-DeVoll
The Geary BRT Alternatives – Passing Lanes & the Influence of Bogota
Paul Bignardi
Session-5-The-Geary-BRT-Alternatives-Passing-Lanes-and-the-Influence-P-Bignardi
collapse Session : Expedited Service Strategies: Moving Beyond Vanilla ‎(4)
Expedited Service Strategies: Moving Beyond Vanilla
Alfred E. Fazio P.E.
Session-7-Expedited-Service-Strategies-Moving-Beyond-Vanilla-A-Fazio
Expedited Service Strategies: Moving Beyond Vanilla
James B. Unites
Session-7-Expedited-Service-Strategies-Moving-Beyond-Vanilla-J-Unites
Expedited Service Strategies: Moving Beyond Vanilla
T. R. Hickey, AICP
Session-7-Expedited-Service-Strategies-Moving-Beyond-Vanilla-T-Hickey
Expedited Service Strategies: Moving Beyond Vanilla
John F. Calnan
Session-7-NHSL-A-Tug-of-War-J-Calnan
collapse Session : Facilities: Building Capacity and Integration ‎(3)
From Concept to Delivery ‐ Lessons Learned from Streetcar Projects
Gina Macchiaroli
Session-9-From-Concept-to-Delivery-Lessons-Learned-from-G-Macchiaroli
Making the Grade: Taking Campus Mobility Beyond Pass-Fail
Philip Muse, AIA and Ronald Reekes
Session-9-Making-the-Grade-Taking-Campus-Mobility-Beyond-Pass-Fail-P-Muse
Third Avenue Skip-Stop Operations: Now a Rainbow of Frequent, Efficient Service
Owen Kehoe
Session-9-Third-Avenue-Skip-Stop-Operations-Now-a-Rainbow-of-Frequent,-Efficient-Service-O-Kehoe
collapse Session : Host Session I ‎(5)
Bicycles and Transit - Making It Work
Rebecca Roush
Session-1-Bicycles-and-Transit-Making-It-Work-R-Roush
Buses in a Multimodal Environment: Stepchild or Golden Child?
Dave Turissini
Session-1-Buses-in-a-Multimodal-Environment-Stepchild-or-Golden-Child-D-Turissini
End of Line Configurations: One Size Does Not Fit All
Brad Charkowske
Session-1-End-of-Line-Configurations-One-Size-Does-Not-Fit-All-B-Charkowske
Expanding Sounder Service: D-to-M Street and On to Lakewood
Martin Young
Session-1-Expanding-Sounder-Service-D-to-M-Street-and-On-to-Lakewood-M-Young
Implementing the Regional Transit Long-Range Plan: Variations on a Theme
Eric Chipps
Session-1-Implementing-the-Regional-Transit-Long-Range-Plan-E-Chipps
collapse Session : Host Session II ‎(4)
Amtrak Cascades
Jeannie Beckett
Session-2-Amtrak-Cascades-J-Beckett
Community Transit Offers Double Tall’s
Wade Mahala
Session-2-Community-Transit-Offers-Double-Tall’s-W-Mahala
King County Metro
David Hull
Session-2-King-County-Metro-D-Hull
Service Reductions and Automation
Kelly Hayden
Session-2-Service-Reductions-and-Automation-K-Hayden
collapse Session : Redesigning Routes I: Resizing and Reallocating ‎(4)
A Portfolio-based Strategy for Transit Resource Allocation
Walter Cherwony P.E.
Session-4-A-Portfolio-based-Strategy-for-Transit-Resource-Allocation-W-Cherwony
MARTA Transit Service Resizing Plan
Monique Forte
Session-4-MARTA-Transit-Service-Resizing-Plan-M-Forte
Strategic Service Changes:  Westheimer Corridor
Jim Archer
Session-4-Strategic-Service-Changes-Westheimer-Corridor-J-Archer
Tailoring Shuttle Bus Operations to Fit Community Needs
Chad Betts
Session-4-Tailoring-Shuttle-Bus-Operations-to-Fit-Community-Needs-S-Anderson-C-Betts
collapse Session : Redesigning Routes II: Optimizing and Implementing ‎(4)
2011 “Network Optimization” in Ottawa: Increasing Productivity, Saving $20 Million per Year, and Serving the Same Number of Customers
Pat Scrimgeour
Session-8-2011-Network-Optimization-in-Ottawa-P-Scrimgeour
A Change in Accessibility and Convenience?  Implementing BRT as a Replacement or Complement to Local Bus Service and its Impact on Transit Riders
Cheryl Thole
Session-8-A-Change-in-Accessibility-and-Convenience-C-Thole
Principle-based Service Reductions and Revisions: Getting the Most Out of Less
Karl Otterstrom
Session-8-Principle-based-Service-Reductions-and-Revisions-Getting-the-Most-Out-of-Less-K-Otterstrom
Redesign of Salt Lake West Side Service Resulting from the Advent of Light Rail
Tyler Garcia
Session-8-Redesign-of-Salt-Lake-West-Side-Service-Resulting-from-the-T-Garcia
collapse Session : Scheduling for Efficiency and Effectiveness I ‎(4)
Establishing Running Times and Layovers: Basis and Practices at Tri-Met
Bryan Rose
Session-3-Establishing-Running-Times-and-Layovers-Basis-and-Practices-at-TriMet-B-Rose
Scheduling Efficiency in the Tampa Bay Area: How We Cut Our Budget and Grew Ridership
Katharine Eagan and
Steve Feigenbaum
Session-3-Scheduling-Efficiency-in-the-Tampa-Bay-Area-How-We-Cut-Our-Budget-and-Grew-Ridership-S-Feigenbaum-K-Eagan
Scheduling Innovations at MTA New York City Transit
Michael Glikin and
Christine Spence-Rose
Session-3-Scheduling-Innovations-at-MTA-New-York-City-Transit-M-Glikin-C-Spence-Rose
Transit Effectiveness Program – How BC Transit is Creating Standards to Compare Routes and Systems
Graeme Masterton
Session-3-Transit-Effectiveness-Program-How-BC-Transit-is-Creating-Standards-to-Compare-Routes-and-Systems-G-Masterton
collapse Session : Scheduling for Efficiency and Effectiveness II ‎(5)
Do We Have to Go All the Way?  Short-turns and Route Efficiency
Dan Boyle
Session-10-Do-We-Have-to-Go-All-the-Way-Short-turns-and-Route-Efficiency-P-Boyle
Ferryboat Scheduling 101
Ray Deardorf,
Session-10-Ferryboat-Scheduling-101-R-Deardorf
MTA Bus Company’s Transition into HASTUS
Mark Holmes
Session-10-MTA-Bus-Company's-Transition-into-HASTUS-M-Holmes
Reducing Service to Meet Demand During Holiday and Other Low-demand Periods: Opportunities and Pitfalls of Modifying Service Levels
Paul Casey
Session-10-Reducing-Service-to-Meet-Demand-During-Holiday-and-Other-Low-demand-Periods-P-Casey
Reducing Service to Meet Demand During Holiday and Other Low-demand Periods: Opportunities and Pitfalls of Modifying Service Levels
Paul Casey and Richard Newton
Session-10-Reducing-Service-to-Meet-Demand-During-Holiday-and-Other-Low-demand-Periods-R-Newton-P-Casey
collapse Session : Technological Advances in Vehicles and Service Levels ‎(4)
A Driver Assist System to Increase Transit Speed and Reliability
Michael Abegg
Session-6-A-Driver-Assist-System-to-Increase-Transit-Speed-and-Reliability-M-Abegg
Hybrid Buses and Trolley Buses: The Next Generation
Paul Bignardi
Session-6-Hybrid-Buses-and-Trolley-Buses-The-Next-Generation-M-Mellera-P-Bignardi
Link Transit Battery Electric Trolley Project
Greg Pezoldt
Session-6-Link-Transit-Battery-Electric-Trolley-Project-G-Pezoldt
You Must Be Crazy! Or not… The Burnaby Mountain Gondola Transit Project
Margaret Wittgens
Session-6-You-Must-Be-Crazy!-Or-not-The-Burnaby-Mountain-Gondol-Transit-Project-M-Wittgens
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