I've been interested in transportation choices since I was a child, trying every possible mode to get around (except for driving, of course). I grew up with walking and biking as obvious options, and am excited to work on increasing these modes. At the same time, I'm a computer geek at heart and love digging into data to draw insights.
Frank is a transportation planner with a heavy emphasis in technical analysis. His particular specialties are in demand and safety analysis and modeling, and data collection methods (e.g. automated/manual counts, GPS). Prior to getting into transportation he studied Physics and Environmental Studies at UC Santa Cruz, then moved onto pursue a MCP/MS at UC Berkeley, and finally a PhD in Transportation Engineering. In his dissertation, Frank developed a method to estimate bicyclist exposure across a network by fusing demand data.