City of Alexandria

Yon oversees a department of 217 full-time employees, an annual operating budget of $61 million and 10-year capital improvement program of over $500 million for transportation and infrastructure. One major initiative is the infill Metrorail station at Potomac Yard which is expected to generate over 26,000 jobs and $2 billion in net new tax revenue. The $320 million project was key in attracting Amazon and Virginia Tech to National Landing.

His department is also building a $140 million bus rapid transit corridor in the West End, implementing a Vision Zero program, citywide Smart Mobility systems and major sewer infrastructure. In partnership with AlexRenew, the City is remediating its combined sewers which will be the largest capital project in Alexandria history at over $370 million.

Yon joined the City in 2006 to develop its non-motorized transportation program. In 2010, he became the T&ES Deputy Director/Operations with responsibility for public works. Previously Lambert served for 10 years as Deputy Director of Palmetto Conservation, a statewide non- profit in South Carolina. He holds a B.A. from the University of South Carolina and a Master of Public Administration from Virginia Tech. Lambert is registered with the American Institute of Certified Planners and was a 2004-05 Knight Fellow at the University of Miami (FL) School of Architecture. Yon lives in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria with his wife and two daughters who attend Alexandria public schools.

Sessions

Apr 30

April 30, 2019

Concurrent Session- Millions of Trips, Billions of Dollars – Micromobility’s Explosive Growth

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Ballroom A

  In 2019, the DC Metro Area will see millions of “micromobility” trips completed via scooters, bikeshare, e-bikes, and more.  Some of the companies behind these new transportation options didn’t exist 24 months ago but are…