Location: US

Michael leads the ITDP US program, including offices in Boston and Los Angeles, assuring global best practices inform sustainable transport and urban development in the North American context. In the next decade, he wants to break the virtuous cycle of car use in US society. This will require redesigning city streets around non-auto uses, minimizing…

Julia leads ITDP’s Boston program, including the initiative to bring true bus rapid transit to the region. Julia manages the BostonBRT initiative, including coordinating bus corridor pilot projects that successfully demonstrated BRT elements in four municipalities and resulted in several bus-only lanes becoming permanent.  A vocal advocate for improving transportation and street use, Julia also…

Carolynn leads ITDP’s West Coast engagement, research, capacity building and advocacy projects. She manages a variety of work focused in this region, widely-known for its sprawl and car-centric infrastructure, including designing policy measures and street interventions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution by prioritizing zero-emission mobility.  Based in Southern California, her priorities for…

Ari joined the US program in 2019 to support the technical components of ITDP’s work in greater Boston, especially related to the development and implementation of BRT. In this role, he provides trusted technical counsel to local municipalities, agencies, and civic leaders on issues ranging from roadway geometry, bus stop amenities, demand modeling and service…

Edgar is responsible for research, data analysis, and supporting stakeholder and partner efforts in Los Angeles around bus, bike, and walking.  A graduate student in UCLA’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning program, Edgar aspires to build, improve, and expand access to public transportation for Los Angeles’ most under-served communities, a passion that stems from…

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