Cynthia Lin focuses on the intersection of multimodal transportation and public health.

Cynthia is a specialist in multimodal transportation, integrating pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers, and transit users to achieve the larger goal of improved community health. She has served as the lead designer and analyst for roadway and streetscape design, mapping, and data collection efforts. Her skills in GIS, data analysis, research, and graphics have supported several projects ranging from urban to suburban corridor and downtown multimodal studies from Leawood, KS, to Windsor, CT. 

Previously, Cynthia worked extensively with several county health departments to implement programs and policy change to encourage active living. She helped produce health-oriented street design guidelines, community-wide programs, and Complete Streets policies.