Chris has more than 10 years of experience in transportation and community planning in places large, small and in-between. His passions are focused on reinvigorating urban neighborhoods and connecting people to place. With an emphasis on the human element of transportation choice, Chris works to find solutions to access and mobility challenges that support community health, economic development, and civic vitality.
Chris’s recent work in the parking, demand management and active transportation sectors includes projects in Detroit, Indianapolis, and Dublin, Ohio. In his previous role with a nonprofit community service corporation in Cleveland, he helped to develop transportation management programs, mobility services, and capital projects that are making multimodal and active transportation choices more attractive to employees, residents, and visitors of a dynamic urban neighborhood. Chris chairs the Active Transportation Committee in his home town of Yellow Springs, Ohio, where he also leads Bike and Walk to School Day efforts and serves on the Board of the local community land trust.