Patrick Siegman specializes in developing transportation solutions that help communities improve their economy, environment, and quality of life.

Patrick has more than 20 years of experience as a transportation planner and economist. His expertise is wide-ranging, from street designs for all modes of transportation and transit, bicycle, and pedestrian planning to parking and transportation demand management. He has led the transportation component for more than 60 citywide, neighborhood, corridor, and campus plans in communities across North America. His award-winning projects have transformed downtowns, neighborhoods, and universities.

Patrick leads short courses on topics such as street design, parking, and campus transportation for organizations such as the American Institute of Certified Planners and Congress for the New Urbanism, and has written for publications such as Planning, Parking Today, and New Urban News. He is a contributor to Sustainable Transportation Planning (Wiley, 2012).