Measuring Multimodal Network Connectivity

April 24, 2018

 

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently released the Guidebook for Measuring Multimodal Network Connectivity to lay out methods that can be used for supporting transportation planning decisions. This session featured presentations from FHWA and members of the project team who developed the guide. Panelists laid out the five-step analysis process included in the Guide and share information about the various methods and measures that can be used to measure multimodal network connectivity.

Panelists included Gary Jensen of FHWA, Hannah Twaddell of ICF, Kim Voros of Alta Planning and Design, and Joe Broach of Portland State University.

Panelists

  • Gary Jensen, Federal Highway Administration
  • Hannah Twaddell, ICF
  • Kim Voros, Alta Planning and Design
  • Joe Broach, Portland State University

Webinar Resources

  • Presentation Materials (PDF)
  • Recording (MP4)