2022 Transportation Policy Conference
Brought to you by Idaho Physical Activity and Nutrition Program (IPAN)
Wednesday, October 12
Idaho State Capitol Building, Boise, ID
Keynote Presenter Ian Lockwood P.E.
You Get What You Buy
Reforming Transportation Values, Metrics, and Practice to Align Transportation Infrastructure with Community Values; and Increase Equity, Prosperity, and Sustainability in Cities
Mr. Lockwood is a Livable Transportation Engineer with Toole Design Group. Ian has Bachelor and Master Degrees in Civil Engineering and is a Harvard University Loeb Fellow. Ian collaborates with property owners, agency officials, and the community to improve the public realm (i.e., attractive and comfortable streets, and successful squares and parks) to reflect the community’s values and advance their vision. Ian’s work is informed by the “Path-as-Place” doctrine that results in wonderful experiences for people along streets and in urban places that attract visitors, investment, and vitality. Ian’s older projects continue to perform well in places such as downtown West Palm Beach, Winter Garden, Sanford, Charlotte, and Seattle. His recent projects are also performing well in Orlando, Sulphur Springs, and South Bend. Ian is a pioneer in walkability, restoring 1-way streets to 2-way, main street design, and shared spaces. He enjoys giving guest lectures at universities and conducting trainings on place-making, revitalization, and complete streets for professional associations, public agencies, business organizations, and community groups. For fun, he does cartooning and road cycling. Follow Ian on Twitter @IanLockwoodPE