Session Recording

Anthony Harris
Anthony Harris
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Panelist List

  • Dean Chamberlain is the Engineering Group Manager in Toole Design’s Minneapolis office. He is experienced in traffic engineering, preliminary design, final design, and construction inspection. Dean is detail-focused and strives to provide clients with the highest quality product while demonstrating excellent customer service. He rejoined Toole Design after seven years in the public sector, most recently serving as the City Engineer for a city in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. He is passionate about making places where people of all backgrounds and abilities can thrive using whatever form of transportation they need to access daily activities in a safe and effective way.
  • Ethan Dean is a Graduate Student in Entomology studying bumble bee colony development and stressor biology. He grew up in Colchester VT, where he then attended the University of Vermont before completing a year of ECO Americorp service in Montpelier, Vermont. He is interested in Strong Towns from the perspective of creating better places for people, and the ability of better cities to help the environment. Personally, he bikes to work every day and loves to use biking as a way to better live in and engage with his community.
  • Nicholas Rizzio is a resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and a 2023 graduate of Penn State University. At Penn State, Rizzio was a member of Strong Towns Happy Valley, advocating for safer streets and more housing near campus. When the Borough of State College sought to demolish local businesses for a parking garage, Rizzio helped organize a successful effort to reverse the decision.
  • Charles Marohn is the president and founder of Strong Towns, a civil engineer and author of the book Confessions of a Recovering Engineer: Transportation for a Strong Town. He developed the initial idea for the Crash Analysis Studio.

What additional information is available? 

  • State College Crash Presentation - PDF version of the Powerpoint from session recording 
  • A copy of the session's transcript
  • A copy of the speed data information 

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