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Bike Lane Safety and Efficiency

Leveraging 3D GIS for Next-Generation Urban Mobility

25 June 2024 | 10:00am MT

3D GIS has transformative potential in enhancing bike lane safety and efficiency.
Attend this session to learn how 3D GIS technology can revolutionize urban mobility.

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OVERVIEW

 

3D GIS has transformative potential in enhancing bike lane safety and efficiency. Aimed at local government officials, it provides an in-depth understanding of how digital twin technology can revolutionize urban mobility. Through expert presentations and case studies, attendees will learn about the current challenges in bike lane safety, the basics of 3D GIS, and practical applications that lead to tangible improvements. This event is a critical step towards adopting innovative solutions for safer and more efficient urban transportation networks.

Key takeaways include:

  • 3D GIS as a Game-Changer: 3D GIS technology offers unprecedented opportunities for real-time monitoring and safety improvements in urban bike lane management.

  • Enhanced Safety and Efficiency: By leveraging 3D GIS, cities can significantly reduce accidents and enhance the efficiency of bike lanes, making urban mobility safer and more appealing.

  • Data-Driven Decision Making: The technology enables local governments to make informed decisions based on comprehensive data analysis, leading to smarter urban planning.

  • Scalable Solutions for Urban Mobility: 3D GIS presents scalable solutions that can be customized to fit the unique needs and challenges of different urban environments, demonstrating a versatile approach to improving bike lane safety and efficiency.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

 

  • Urban Planners

  • Transportation Engineers

  • City and Regional Planning Directors

  • Traffic Management Specialists

  • Public Works Officials

  • Sustainability Coordinators

  • Smart City Technology Coordinators

  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Managers

  • Roadway Safety Professionals

  • GIS Analysts

  • Infrastructure Managers

  • Municipal Engineers

  • Policy Makers in Transportation

  • Data Analysts in Urban Development

  • Innovation Officers in Local Government

  • and more ...

GISP Points

This event may qualify for GIS Certification Institute continuing education credits.

To submit for GISP Points, visit www.gisci.org to self-submit the event curriculum for approval

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Agenda

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DATE TBA
10:00am - 11:30am
All times in US Denver Mountain time

Conference Format

Hosted on an exciting and interactive virtual event platform, this event series features a virtual auditorium, plus audience interaction via Q&A and Polls.

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