Elizabeth has experience working as a planner on a variety of projects throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Her expertise includes bicycle and pedestrian plans on local and State levels, multimodal streetscape improvement projects, transit operations analysis, and public involvement initiatives. In her current work, Elizabeth focuses on incorporating the best multimodal analysis tools available within the evolving state of the practice. She has used GIS-overlay connectivity analyses, the Level of Traffic Stress (LTS) methodology, bus operations analysis, bicycle and pedestrian obstacle assessments, and traditional traffic engineering tools. She holds particular interests in effective community involvement in transportation decision-making, multi-modal facility design, effective integration of pedestrian and bicycle facilities with transit, and transportation planning.