Brynn Leopold encourages economic development by making travel easier for those without a car.

Brynn’s experience in data-driven geospatial analysis informs her work to provide transportation choices for all people and enhance access to economic opportunities. Passionate about creating an environmentally responsible transportation system, she also brings a background in climate change adaptation. Brynn specializes in transportation demand management, multimodal street design, and connections between land use and transportation.

Previously, Brynn worked for the Boston Region MPO using demographic and transportation data in state-of-the-practice analytical techniques for travel demand modeling, focusing on identifying transit capacity bottlenecks. In Philadelphia, she helped develop incentive programs for the installation of private stormwater management infrastructure on a research grant from the EPA.