David is part of the Transportation Team, working on projects for the National Center for Bicycling and Walking and the Citizen’s Institute for Rural Design. His primary responsibilities include helping prepare for the 2016 Pro Walk/ Pro Bike/ Pro Place Conference and maintaining and updating the Federal Highway Administration’s Context Sensitive Solution Site. David has also worked on projects at PPS that promoted street typologies and form based codes.
David completed his bachelor’s degree in History at the University of Michigan. At Michigan, David first became interested in cities, development patterns, and urban growth in the United States after taking a course on the History of American Suburbanization. Prior to his position with PPS, David was an intern at NYC Department of City Planning, Staten Island, where he performed site review, and studied land use patterns in environmentally protected districts of Staten Island.
At Hunter College, David has focused on developing a career that fosters the development of successful public places and walkable communities supported by a vibrant network of transportation options.
B.A. History, with Honors, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (2008)
M.S. Urban Planning, Hunter College (2013)