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Speaker

Reid Ewing

Title: Director of the Metropolitan Research Center, University of Utah
NACTO Title: Speaker, Designing Cities Conference

Reid Ewing, Ph.D., is a Professor of City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah, associate editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association, and columnist for Planning magazine. His street design work includes: context-sensitive highway design guidelines for New Jersey DOT; His street design work includes: context-sensitive highway design guidelines for New Jersey DOT; pedestrian- and transit-friendly design guidelines for Florida DOT; and lead author of the U.S. Traffic Calming Manual for the American Planning Association and American Society of Civil Engineers. He has also advised on street standards in Charlotte, San Diego, Delaware, and New Jersey.  His books in press are Measuring Urban Design, published by Island Press; Pedestrian- and Transit-Oriented Design, published by the Urban Land Institute and American Planning Association; and Best Practices in Metropolitan Transportation Planning, published by Island Press.