With a background in landscape architecture and architecture, Alyson brings an interdisciplinary approach to transportation planning. She has specific expertise in multimodal, parking, and transportation demand projects as well as drafting designs for improved intersections and streetscape facilities. Alyson also creates provocative renderings for public outreach to help people understand.
From Kansas City to Western Massachusetts, Alyson has developed concepts to improve intersection safety and rendered station and street alternatives to help communities visualize a more walkable future. She has led numerous efforts in parking studies, from running survey and inventory field work to leading pop-up street workshops and walkshops. For the City of Newton, she led the design, installation and program planning for a tactical urbanism pilot demonstration. She serves as the co-chair of the APBP Boston Chapter and she is the former co-chair of the BSA’s public planning and design festival, Common Boston.