Georgia Tech City Planning and Civil Engineering Students to Present on Friday 12/9

See the below announcement from our contacts at the Georgia Tech School of City & Regional Planning. Come out and support our future planners and learn about some interesting topics!

Every year, the civil engineering and city planning graduate students enrolled in the transportation planning course present the results of their group projects to interested professionals in the Atlanta area. This year, the students are presenting the results from eight studies that you may find interesting:

  1. Implementation of Georgia HB277: Systems Approach Options
  2. Reauthorization and the Federal Role in Transportation Planning and Funding
  3. Transportation Enhancement Project Prioritization in Georgia
  4. Reducing Freight Delivery Impacts in Atlanta’s Urban Core
  5. Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Options
  6. The Potential Impacts of HOT Lane Expansion in Atlanta
  7. Interconnected Transit Services:  Public Buses and Jitney Partnerships
  8. Public Acceptance of Automated Traffic Enforcement Technologies

The presentations will be held on Friday, December 9, 2011 from 8 a.m. until approximately 12 p.m. The presentations will be held at the Student Center, located at 350 Ferst Drive, Room 321, Atlanta, GA.

To RSVP, please contact Bianca Smith at the Center for Quality Growth & Regional Development at

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