Molly McNally

For me - there is no greater joy than being able to walk out my front door, hop on my bike, and see where the day takes me. I enjoy changing little things about my commute each day, whether it’s simply walking down a different street or alternating taking a bus, train, or ferry. Multi-modal transit allows me to move at a rate in which I can take in and enjoy the city, environment, and people around me. As a designer, I am passionate about creating networks that do more than just transport people from A to B, but have interesting, fun, and memorable moments along the way.

Biography

Molly graduated from Northeastern University as part of the first class of Urban Landscape Architecture in 2016. After working on a research project for resiliency in the Bay Area followed by a summer studying biking infrastructure in the Netherlands, her interests combine her love for sustainable, research-based design with active transportation. Her experience includes a combination of working in both the private and public sector, focusing on mixed-use developments, residential neighborhoods, urban design, streetscapes, parks, and waterfronts. At Alta, Molly hopes to influence transportation networks that are ecologically and culturally sensitive to the communities they impact.