Stephanie has nearly 20 years of experience as a multimodal planner with a focus on creating complete corridors with high-quality transit. Stephanie served as a primary author for the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide, a 21st century primer on streets for people, and ITE's Implementing Context-Sensitive Design Handbook. She specializes in identifying speed and reliability challenges for bus and BRT corridors and identifying design solutions to fix those issues. Stephanie's strength lies in translating technical work into visualizations and stories that resonate with decision makers and communities. She continually evolves the messaging around why transportation investments matter. Stephanie uses her experience in active transpotation and transit operations to create implementable design and operations solutions and has led the planning of several BRT corridors in the Pacific Northwest.
M.U.P., Robert F. Wagner Graduate School for Public Service at New York University
B.A., History and English, University of Delaware