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Multimodal corridors, especially those in fully developed areas, often carry significant challenges in addressing a multitude of needs within a highly constrained space. With decision processes often requiring both responsiveness to community needs and potentially flexible agency standards, there needs to be a commitment to both creative problem-solving and the art of compromise.

Hear about how this works in practice, with examples from Hennepin County’s Hennepin & 1st Multimodal Improvements project, Ramsey County’s Rice Street Revisioning project, and Saint Paul’s Kellogg Boulevard Capital City Bikeway – addressing big hopes and aspirations, while navigating best practices and standards.

About the Presenter:

Cody began his career in transportation engineering in 2008. He has expertise in roadway engineering and design, bike and pedestrian planning and design, and sustainability. Cody is passionate about the transportation sector of civil engineering from urban paved streets in major cities to gravel pioneer roads, and how multimodal active transportation facilities can be integrated into the public right-of-way.