Much of the 20th century focused on building car-centric infrastructure that for the most part disconnected and divided our neighborhoods with immovable barriers. It has harmed our cities, devalued property, and isolated people. We aim to re-think these transportation networks, find funding, and deliver 21st century urban environments that are economically profitable, environmentally sustainable, and are interactive socially.
Scope and Skills:
Project identification and opportunities, conceptual planning and design, development scenarios, economic development and cost-benefit analysis, case-making, and grant writing assistance.