Transit Alliance Dinner Discussion with Barbara Gray
Wednesday, January 8th, 2020, 6:00 pm
Panel on Transit and Transportation issues facing Toronto
Guest: Barbara Gray, GM Transportation Services, City of Toronto
Moderator: Brian Crombie, Chair Transit Alliance
Invitees: Members and Prospective Members Of Transit Alliance
National Club, 303 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5H 2R1, with ticket purchase.
Tickets: $120.00 + HST
Please note: There will be no tickets available at the door.
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Barbara Gray’s commitment to innovation drives her work as General Manager of Transportation Services in the City of Toronto. As Deputy Director of the Transportation Department in Seattle she led the development of the first city-wide Pedestrian Master Plan and Complete Streets policy and oversaw daily operations for policy, planning, and right of way management. She launched the plan to include a public realm activation program, a Project Coordination Office and a 24/7 Transportation Operations Center.
Her current projects include leading Toronto’s involvement in the Complete Streets policy-initiative, the Ten Year Cycling Network Plan, pivotal pilot projects including congestion management initiatives and the King Street Transit Pilot, and the Vision Zero Road Safety Plan. She is committed to a focus on building equity into decision making, improving multimodal design and leveraging technology and data to drive better project outcomes.
Effective leader and manager with a proven track record of delivering transportation, land use and design policies, programs and projects. Demonstrated results leading complex projects and high profile policy initiatives in both the public and private sectors. Subject matter expertise includes complete streets implementation, regulatory code development, design standards, pedestrian and bicycle planning and design, light rail station area planning, and comprehensive planning. Known for creating high performing teams, aligning agency goals with delivery systems and working with disparate stakeholders to implement priority initiatives for local, state and federal governments.
Listen to it on www.briancrombie.com or Sauga 960AM