Hello, all. I wanted to pass along my new contact information. I left ICF and am now working for the Atlanta Regional Commission in the Aging and Health Resources division, focusing on transportation mobility, chronic disease prevention, and other projects.
Renee Autumn Ray, AICP
Mobility Management Coordinator
Area Agency on Aging
Aging and Health Resources
Center for Community Services
Atlanta Regional Commission
regional impact + local relevance
40 Courtland Street, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-2538
P | 404.463.3243
F | 404.463.3264
Hello all! I hope that all TRB attendees had a good time and learned a lot!
As our subcommittee is growing and taking on more initiatives, we thought
it was a good time to reach out to all of you to get involved. We have a
number of interesting activities for a wide range of skills sets including
outreach to other TRB committees and partner organizations, brainstorming
research topics, and website maintenance. Check out our website to see some
examples of what's going on:
We also have a special request and need for photos depicting Health and
Transportation. Currently the Subcommittee is working on a health-themed
issue of TRNews to be published in September 2015. As you might expect,
finding “good” photos that show health and transportation and would attract
interest are hard to come by. If you have any photos that you would like
to have considered please send them along. According to TRB submission
rules “Submit original artwork if possible. Glossy, high-quality black and
white photographs, color photographs and slides are acceptable. Digital
continuous-tone images must be submitted as TIFF or JPEG files and must be
at least 3 inch by 5 inch with a resolution of 300dpi. A caption should be
supplied for each graphic element.” And of course if your photo(s) is used
you will get photographic credit.
Please email Ed Christopher (ed.christopher(a)dot.gov) or Eloisa Raynault (
eraynault(a)planningcommunities.com) if you are interested in volunteering or
have some photos to share.
Apologies for cross-posting.
The Task Force on Understanding New Directions for the National Household
Travel Survey Task Force (ABJ45T) has an engaging range of activities
planned for TRB 2015 covering energy, health, travel behavior, freight etc.
Hope to see you there. A document with all ABJ45T activities can be found
Safe Travels and see you next week,
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Dear friends of the Health and Transportation Subcommittee:
Volunteers made a list of TRB sessions related to health and
transportation. These "TRB Picks" can be found on our website here:
This web page also highlights TRB events that are directly related to the
Subcommittee, such as the workshop on Sunday and the poster session on
Hope to see you soon at the Subcommittee meeting (Monday at 13:30).
Assistant Professor, Department of Planning and Design
College of Architecture and Planning
University of Colorado Denver
CU Building 320BB
I am forwarding the following opportunity which I thought would be of particular interest to this list.
This position will be working exclusively on Vision Zero traffic safety initiatives including research and analysis for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and Department of Public Health.
The desirable qualifications section of the job posting provides a better sense of what is expected as opposed to the position description/examples of duties language, which is standardized for this position class and focused more on transit planning.
Please share with anyone you think may be interested.
The following announcement with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is now open for filing.
JOB TITLE: 5277 Planner I
The purpose of this announcement is to fill a vacant position in this classification.
Please post this announcement, located at http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=5277&R3=900836, for all employees and prospective applicants.
We appreciate and thank you for your assistance in our recruitment efforts.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Human Resources - Operations Unit
This is a post only mailing. Please do not attempt to respond to this message. If you need to contact us for additional information or if you feel you have received this message in error, please contact the number indicated above.
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We hope that your holidays were filled with joy! In the spirit of the New Year and new beginnings, Jenny and I would like to provide you with a few updates on the 1st International Conference on Transport & Health (ICTH). Below is a summary list of conference activities and events. Each heading includes a hyperlink that will take you directly to detailed information on the corresponding webpage. Click here<http://www.tphlink.com/2015-transport--health-conference.html> to access the overall ICTH website.
Please help us spread the word by sharing this email with your professional network. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us directly by email; Jenny Mindell j.mindell(a)ucl.ac.uk<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or Karyn Warsow kwarsow(a)tphlink.com<mailto:email@example.com>
Due to the holidays and Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting, 11-15 January, in Washington DC (www.trb.org<http://www.trb.org/>), abstract submission for the ICTH has been extended to 26 January 2015. Both Karyn and Jenny will be attending TRB. Please let us know if you need any assistance with abstract submission or have general questions about the conference or if you just want to introduce yourself. [cid:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Thank you to the generous sponsors of the 1st International Conference on Transport & Health!! If you would like to be a sponsor please contact Karyn at kwarsow(a)tphlink.com<mailto:email@example.com>
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Registration Opens - 1 February 2015<http://www.tphlink.com/registration.html>
(include 20% VAT)
1 February – 31 March
1 April – 31 May
1 June – 8 July
One Day Registration
Public Agencies, Government, and Universities
(Student ID Required to Complete Registration)
Currency Converter will be available at the time of registration
A 10% discount will be given for two (2) and 15% for three (3) professionals from a single organization (General Registration ONLY): Transportation Planner, Public Health, Urban Planner and/or other related discipline.
Preliminary Conference Schedule<http://www.tphlink.com/preliminary-conference-schedule.html>
Sir Michael Marmot
Lord Robertson of Port Ellen
Hot Topic Workshops<http://www.tphlink.com/hot-topic-workshops.html>
* Health/Environmental Impact Assessment
* Air Quality and the Affect of Cumulative Exposure (Chronic Disease)
* Global Road Safety & Injury Prevention
* Public Involvement
* Active Transport (Walking & Bicycling)
* Urban & Rural Planning
* Environmental Justice/Social Equity
The Business of Health: Innovator or Entrepreneur?<http://www.tphlink.com/the-business-of-health-innovator-or-entrepreneur.html>
* Cross-Disciplinary Communication
* Place Making (Sustainable Urbanization) & Complete Streets
* Transport Infrastructure & Health Economics
Walking Tour of King's Cross and St. Pancras Railway/Canal Redevelopment
Red Carpet Welcome Reception at the London Transport Museum
Salsa & Dance Party at the World Famous Shakespeare's Underglobe
Walking Tour of Central London - Alternative to Salsa & Dance Party
We have secured a block of Classic King/Twin rooms for the conference. Rooms will be available starting Sunday, 5 July 2015 at £220 single occupancy / £230 double occupancy per room, per night. This price is inclusive of a full English Breakfast, Wi-Fi and a 20% VAT (UK value-added tax).
UCL On-Campus Housing
Student residences at UCL are available for individual booking by conference delegates starting at £35.00 per night.
Additional housing options are available on the ICTH website.
Please also check out the available airline discounts<http://www.tphlink.com/airline-discounts.html>.
Thank you for your interest in the 1st International Conference on Transport & Health (ICTH). Jenny and I are excited to have the opportunity to provide you with an unforgettable experience. As previously mention, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us directly by email; Jenny Mindell j.mindell(a)ucl.ac.uk<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or Karyn Warsow kwarsow(a)tphlink.com<mailto:email@example.com>
Looking forward to meeting you in London!!
Follow us on Twitter @TPHLink #ICTH2015 or join our very active LinkedIn Group at http://goo.gl/Asjkao