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Curbing Conflict: Design Solutions for Equitable Curbside Access

A session by Jessica Cronstein, Joseph Juhnke, Dawn Miller, April Schneider and Jason Schrieber AICP
New York City Department of Transportation, CarrierDirect, Coord, Stantec and Stantec

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Curbside access has increasingly become a point of consternation between seemingly disparate users. Deliveries, pick up and drop off, waste management, pedestrian access, parking, sidewalk amenities, and more recently restaurant seating are all vying for curb space, with demand varying across time of day, street type, and land uses. Additionally, the travel lanes abutting the curb – bus lanes, bike lanes, or vehicular travel lanes – have their own requirements for maintaining a certain order. Having access to the curb has proven to be a significant economic, mobility, and maintenance challenge – and opportunity. This session will focus on the numerous constituencies vying for the curb, our growing practice within this space, and technology solutions for curbside management.

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Jessica Cronstein

Jessica Cronstein works with community based organizations to bring public realm improvements to their neighborhoods.

April Schneider

PE, LEED AP ND, EcoDistricts AP, ENV SP

Jason Schrieber AICP

Jason is a leader in curbside management best practices with over 20 years of public and private professional parking experience, having helped dozens of communities revamp their regulations, enact fair pricing policies, and promote equitable access for all modes of travel. He is currently modeling a curbside pilot in Chicago that will maximize access for shared modes of travel.

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