Jennifer Wieland sees the intersection between health and transportation.

Jennifer brings more than ten years of experience to transportation planning. A strategic thinker with a passion for building great cities, Jennifer specializes in multimodal and active transportation. She understands the connection between the places we live, the ways we get around, and our individual and community health. She uses new and creative ways to engage stakeholders and shape plans and projects that best meet the needs of the community.

From master planning to project definition and development to policy and program formation, Jennifer is a skilled project manager. While with the Seattle Department of Transportation, Jennifer played a lead role in the city’s pedestrian and transit master plans and managed the Elliott Bay Seawall Project. She developed Seattle’s Public Space Program—including parklets, play streets, and street ends—and played a critical role in the launch of Seattle’s bike share system. The Pedestrian Master Plan was the first in the nation to include health objectives, and the award-winning prioritization approach contributed to Seattle’s designation as the first platinum-level Walk Friendly Community.