Stephanie has eight years of experience as a multimodal planner with a focus on walkability and transit planning. She specializes in bus transit service and coordination, transit feasibility, and pedestrian street design. Stephanie has completed non-motorized data collection and level of service analyses at transit stations, corridors, and downtowns for rural communities and large cities, including New York, New Orleans, and Washington, DC. She has also led community walking tours identifying barriers to walking and cycling and design workshops.
Her approach is to create plans for safe and healthy alternative transportation choices to help communities achieve larger goals of quality of life. Stephanie is a contributor to the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide, a 21st Century primer on streets for people, and Smart Growth America’s The Innovative DOT, a guidebook of strategies for states to increase efficiency and investment in non-driving modes.