When I tell people what I do in our line of work, I often hear, “we need more of that!” It’s encouraging to know that we are helping to plan and design the kinds of environments that people want. Whether you walk, bicycle, or use transit, there is always something that connects us to each other. (Also, I like that my nephews think it’s cool that their uncle designs bike lanes.)
Tim is a certified planner with more than 12 years of experience in transportation planning including bicycle, pedestrian, aviation, highway, and freight projects. His project management experience includes projects with the Regional Transportation Authority, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, departments of transportation in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, and Vermont. Tim is a member of the American Planning Association and is actively engaged in conducting training in best practices for bicycle and pedestrian facility planning and design. Tim was also Senior Planner and editor for Best Design Practices for Walking and Bicycling in Michigan and Evaluating Pedestrian Safety Improvements for the Michigan Department of Transportation.