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Complete Streets Workshop at CSUMB, Earth Day 2014

Traffic on Lighthouse June 2010 - DSC00288This workshop is free and open to the public.

Tuesday, April 22nd (Earth Day 2014)
9:45 AM to 12:00 PM
CSUMB Alumni & Visitors Center – for location tips, scroll to end

Summary. Our roads are going to experience more bikes, pedestrians, transit, and vegetation–moving away from predominantly cars and asphalt–since the State of California has adopted requirements for multi-modal street design and full on-site stormwater retention for all developments, including parking lots. When planned and constructed together, this infrastructure maximizes utility, compliance, and aesthetics. Come see what it means to be a “Complete Street,” a “Green Street,” and how to interpret the new stormwater regulations, which will also improve walkability. And see where in Marina this is already happening!

This workshop is appropriate for professionals and the community at large. It will be of particular interest to people interested in sustainable infrastructure, land use, engineering, and construction and facilities management, including bicycling advocates, urban and  landscape designers, planners, watershed managers, artists, place makers, and more.

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9:45 AM Check-in, refreshments, and–if driving–get your parking permit taken care of, etc.
10:00 AM Intro, M. Tolbert
10:15 AM Complete Streets Policy and Best Practices, A. Green
10:45 AM State Stormwater Requirements and Green Streets, J. Condit & T. Hardy
11:00 AM Local complete streets projects, N. Khayata
11:20 AM Q&A with Panel
11:45 AM Wrap-up, M. Tolbert

Light refreshments will be provided.


Megan Tolbert, Transportation Planner, TRIPwise, CSUMB

If you would like to reserve a spot or have any questions, please contact Megan Tolbert at Reservations not required; first come, first served. Special accessibility accommodations can be made if requested by Friday, April 18th.

Presented by TRIPwise at CalState Monterey Bay. Find TRIPwise at CSUMB.EDU/trip or on Facebook.

About the workshop location

The CSUMB Alumni & Visitors Center is at the southeast corner of the Inter-Garrison and General Jim Moore Blvd intersection. Not familiar with the CSUMB campus? If you have unanswered bike or bike-and-ride, MST bus, or other questions on reaching this or other CSUMB addresses, contact Megan Tolbert at CSUMB.EDU/trip.

Thank you to Megan Tolbert for providing this announcement.

Related resource, on roundabouts…

Recommended and shared by a Seaside resident and consulting traffic engineer, Bob Shanteau:

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If you found information…

on the Bicycling Monterey website helpful, or if you would like to support Bicycling Monterey’s bike advocacy projects, please make a contribution. More help is needed to maintain the website and projects in the sixth year, which begins May 2014. Learn more about this grassroots effort in About Bicycling Monterey.

Sampling of Complete Streets info at Bicycling Monterey

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Learn more about the City of Marina Civil Engineer presenting at the 4/22 Complete Streets workshop

Mr. Nourdin Khayata has over 25 years of Civil and Municipal Engineering experience. He has been serving as the City Engineer for the City of Marina since 2007. He is responsible for the overall management of the engineering division, including delivery of Capital Improvement projects; engineering reviews of development projects; and setting engineering policy, practices, and standards as they relate to pubic infrastructure. In his tenure in the City of Marina, he managed and oversaw the California-Reindollar to Carmel new roadway; the California–Reservation to Carmel streets roadway improvement; the Patton Parkway new roadway;  Palm Avenue/Del Monte Intersection improvement; the Redwood Drive Safe Route to School; and the Reservation Road improvement and traffic calming projects. He also oversees major developments that have thus far included the Imjin office park; The Dunes shopping center; CHOMP facilities in Marina on 2nd Ave; South County Housing; and currently, the AMCAL development. Nourdin holds a BS in civil engineering from the University of Texas and an MS in Civil Engineering from Tennessee State.



This post was published on 16 April 2014. One or more changes last made to this post on 24 April 2019.

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