Wende Wilbur, MURP

Wednesday Lunch Plenary

    The Municipality of Anchorage and Department of Transportation & Public Facilities are setting priorities, implementing projects and policies, and seeing tangible results in reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries for all modes of travel – vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles.   This discussion will explore the safe systems approach to achieving zero deaths. This requires a multidisciplinary approach involving agency collaboration, engineering, education, enforcement, and community engagement to achieve measurable improvement in traffic safety.

    Wende Wilber, AICP PTP is a Principal with Kittelson & Associates.  She has a Master of Urban and Regional Planning and over 26 years of experience managing multi-disciplinary transportation and land use planning projects.  She managed the Anchorage Vision Zero Action Plan for the Municipality of Anchorage and is serving as a Senior Adviser for the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (Florida) Vision Zero Plan. Wende holds professional certifications through the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Institute of Transportation Engineers (PTP), and International Association for Public Participation (IAP2).  She also serves as Commissioner on the Municipality of Anchorage Heritage Land Bank Commission.