Bryan has experience working on transportation projects in both academic research and the public sector. His specialty is collecting, managing, and analyzing transportation data for a variety of purposes. He excels at using innovative data sources to study parking supply management, economic development, pedestrian and bicyclist travel behavior, and traffic operations.
Previously, Bryan worked as a researcher for the Portland State University Transportation, Technology, and People Lab, where he helped to develop and deploy a smartphone application to collect information about bicyclist travel behavior and infrastructure preferences in Oregon. Since joining Nelson\Nygaard, he has worked on projects analyzing parking management, transit planning, urban street design standards, and active transportation safety.