Evan Corey, a former resident of Santa Monica and current resident of Portland, Oregon, was the lead planner for the Santa Monica Bike Action Plan. He has five years of experience in transportation planning with expertise in bicycle network design, multimodal corridor analysis and design, and integrating non-motorized transportation solutions into complex planning processes. Mr. Corey has completed numerous active transportation projects at a variety of scales including national bicycle guidelines for Indonesia, non-motorized action plans to mitigate impacts of Seattle’s SR99 Bored Tunnel and the SR 520 bridge replacement in Seattle, and a suburban bicycle boulevard network plan for Beaverton, OR, among many others. He is currently the lead planner for TransLink’s (Vancouver BC) forthcoming Regional Cycling Strategy Implementation Plan. Evan also has project experience in transit stop capacity analysis and design, transit planning, and transportation demand management. Mr. Corey holds a Master of Planning, from the University of Southern California, and a Bachelor’s degree in Geography from the University of California, Los Angeles.