Bob Williams is dedicated to restoring vibrancy to cities of all sizes through sustainable transportation options.

Bob blends a problem-solving approach honed in the field of design engineering with his perspective on public engagement gained as a volunteer director of a Reconnect Rochester, a nonprofit transportation advocacy organization. His propensity for analysis allows him to strengthen recommendations with effective data presentation. Bob is attentive to all aspects of sustainability—environmental, economic, and social.

Bob has coordinated field data collection, facilitated meetings, and performed data and research analysis for studies in locations from small cities in Virginia to counties in Colorado. He has been an integral member of a Transportation Demand Management initiative in Arlington County, Virginia, applying his analytical skills to mode-share and garage occupancy calculations.  His graduate work—a sustainable transportation plan for Canada’s National Capital Region—layered multimodal elements and development strategies over an improved integration of interprovincial bus systems with special attention paid to language equity considerations.