Meredith has fifteen years of experience with a specialization in regional transportation coordination, mobility management, and paratransit planning. She excels at bringing people together to form a shared vision for transportation in their community.
Meredith combines strong research and practical planning, built on a background in transit mobility and as a long- and short-range principal planner for a large metropolitan transit authority. She has developed multiple trainings for transit boards and day-to-day practitioners who desire stronger performance measures for their systems and coordinated programs.
Meredith understands the complicated politics that can play a role in planning and implementation. The former Executive Director of the Texas Transit Association, she supported the state’s public transit agencies in training, grant writing, legislation, and coordination of new services. She also served as the Chair of Austin’s Urban Transportation Commission, providing input on new transit initiatives and navigating the intersection of transportation network companies and taxicab companies in Austin, Texas.