Jason believes that streets are for everyone. He delivers street designs and policy frameworks that align with municipal goals and ensure that all community members are served by a safe and effective transportation system. Jason’s expertise in curbside management, parking, transportation demand management, commuter choice platforms, and multimodal street design enables him to devise solutions that shift commuters toward non-driving modes and mitigate roadway hazards.
Jason also believes that successful streets embrace user choice. His plans address the needs of emerging mobility platforms—as well as traditional bicycle, pedestrian, and transit modes—to ensure that all users experience a high quality of service. Jason excels at creating streets which balance competing modal priorities while ensuring safety for all.
Jason understands that compelling analyses and key performance indicators arm decision makers with the information they need to make effective choices. He builds analytical tools that distill in-depth analyses into meaningful narratives for local leaders and the public in diverse cities like Boston and Miami. Jason knows that the most important stories are those of the road’s most vulnerable users. He is committed to delivering narratives and visuals that support a safer, more equitable, and more sustainable transportation future.