Idaho’s Changing Transportation Landscape

Wednesday, May 6th at 6 PM. Free and open to the public.

We’ve rescheduled our transportation Citizens Planning Academy with Carol Kachadoorian, join us May 6th as we continue with our 2020 theme Idaho’s Changing Landscapes with a focus on the changing landscape of transportation.

Attend Online:

Join remotely from any internet-connected device. Email to RSVP. Meeting log in information will be shared via email.

RSVP: office@idahosmartgrowth.org


Learn more about the series here or view past session videos on our YouTube channel.

About the Presenter:

Carol Kachadoorian

Carol Kachadoorian has nearly three decades of experience in multimodal transportation planning, project management, policy development, and public engagement. Her work includes pedestrian master plans, multi-modal corridor planning, trails planning, transit access, safe routes to school program development and management, and complete streets policy development.

Carol understands the importance of both big data and personal experience to determine feasible changes to transportation systems that make travel by all modes safe, accessible, and comfortable for all ages and abilities. Carol recently started a consulting firm, dblTilde Collaborative, that focuses on active transportation planning, with a specialty in older adult mobility.

Carol is on the Board of Directors of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals. Before moving to Washington, DC in March 2020, Carol participated in the Age-Friendly Coalition of Seattle and King County and was active in that group’s Transportation and Public Space committee. She was also on the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Committee.

Carol is a certified instructor with the National Complete Streets Coalition and a Volunteer Instructor with Operation Lifesaver. She has provided staff support for several local transportation advisory committees during her career.


About the Program:

The C.P.A. is a collaboration of Idaho Smart Growth and the University of Idaho’s College of Law in Boise and Bioregional Planning Program. Monthly sessions are designed to help citizens become effective advocates on a wide range of planning topics. Learn more about the Citizens Planning Academy here.