As a transportation engineer, Gary possesses extensive knowledge of street and network design principles and he is one of the leading U.S. experts on utilizing flexible design and design standards to create great streets and communities. Since joining PPS in 2007, Gary has worked with dozens of communities to help them plan and create more sustainable streets and transportation networks with sound engineering principles, including conducting hundreds of trainings and community engagement sessions.
He has developed numerous public engagement tools and trainings for PPS, including Streets as Places trainings, Street Typology exercises, and Street Audits. Gary is also one of seven instructors certified to lead the National Highway Institute’s Transportation and Land Use Course, and leads the course discussion on what makes a great street. His knowledge, credentials, and collaborative approach have made him a popular trainer, facilitator, and presenter on transportation issues.
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