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 Presentations from the 2013 Sustainability Workshop

Below are the presentations from the 2013 Sustainability and Public Transportation Workshop.
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Expand/Collapse Session : Host Forum ‎(2)
BART: The Next 40 Years
Grace Crunican; Val Menotti
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Sustainability at SFMTA: The Path to Platinum
Edward Reiskin; Timothy Papandreou
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part I: Sustainable Design, Materials, and Infrastructure ‎(5)
Bringing BART to the South Bay, the Sustainable Way
Thomas W. Fitzwater
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Keizer Transit Center: Siting – Construction – Community
Sadie K. Carney
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Los Angeles County MTA’s Expo Rail Operations and Maintenance Facility
Jon Holler
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Metro's Green Building Program
Tim Lindholm
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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project Sustainability Program - Update
Robert Hastings, FAIA
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part I: Sustainable Operations ‎(3)
Caltrain Modernization: A Sustainable Approach
Marian Lee
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In Pursuit of Zero Emissons and Sustainable Transportation Technologies
Doug Byrne
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Sustainability at Metro Transit
Pat Jones; Chuck Wurzinger
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part I: Sustainable Planning, Policy, and Community Development ‎(2)
City's Goals Drive Mode Choice in Winston-Salem, NC
Claire Brinkley; Taiwo Jaiyeoba
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Partnerships for affordable housing and sustainability at Transit Oriented Developments
Gary Prince
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part II: Green Design, Sustainability Indicators, and Infrastructure ‎(4)
A Tale of Two Green Building Approaches: A Delightful Comparison of IgCC and LEED
Kevin Quinn; John Gasparine
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California High-Speed Rail: From Vision to Reality
Mark McLoughlin; Margaret Cederoth, AICP
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Eagle P3 Project – Denver, CO: Implementing a long term Sustainable Transit Project
Jyotsna Vishwakarma; Jeffrey Cole
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LEED Silver for Light Rail Stations: A Sound Transit Case Study
Amy Shatzkin
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part II: Sustainable Business Practices and Sustainable Organizations ‎(4)
Early results on Energy and GHG Savings from the TIGGER Program
Leslie Eudy
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First Time Reporting to the Carbon Disclosure Project
Joanne Maxwell
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ISO 14001 ESMS: Lessons Learned
Jane Sullivan
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Sustainability at WMATA
Larry Skelton
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part II: Sustainable Planning, Policy, and Community Development ‎(3)
Adapting to a Changing Climate - A Scottish Story of Policy to Practice
Donald Morrison
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Federal/Local Collaboration in Action - The Fresno Bus Rapid Transit Project and the Strong Cities, Strong Communities Initiative
Eric Eidlin; Elliott Balch
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Sustaining the Cultural & Historic Fabric: A Honolulu Case Study
Elizabeth Scanlon
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Expand/Collapse Session : Part II: Sustainable Transit Integration ‎(4)
Bicycles & Transit: Connections & Partnerships
Lucy Galbraith, AICP
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Parking and Multi-Modal Station Access
Jennifer Niece
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Passenger Train Operator in the Mega-Regional Bicycle Access Business
James Allison
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Right Size Parking In King County, WA
Daniel Rowe
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Expand/Collapse Session : Peer Exchange: Climate Change Adaptation and Resiliency ‎(2)
Adapting to Climate Change Through Asset Management Planning
Tiffany Batac; David Rose, PhD
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An Integrated Approach to Climate Adaptation for CTA Transit Assets
Karl Peet
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Expand/Collapse Session : Peer Exchange: Performance Measures and Tools ‎(3)
Infrastructure, Sustainability and Public Transportation
William Bertera; David Taylor
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Measuring Sustainability of a Transportation System: What, When, and How?
Sarah Jepson
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Quantifying Transit’s Role in Improving Air Quality
Dan Locke
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Expand/Collapse Session : Peer Exchange: Sustainable Communities ‎(3)
Capital Solutions for Equitable Transit-Oriented Development: Perspectives from the San Francisco Bay Area and Beyond
Doug Johnson; Heather Hood
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Project Connect North Corridor Study: Regionalism, Transit and Livable Communities in Central Texas
Kimberly Slaughter; Todd Hemingson, AICP
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The Grand Boulevard Initiative: A Big Tent is Successfully Transforming a Corridor
Corinne Goodrich
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Expand/Collapse Session : Plenary Session: Energy Management Policy and Practice ‎(1)
SEPTA Energy Profile
Erik Johanson
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