We look forward to attending the 2019 NACTO Designing Cities Conference to stay up-to-date on how progressive cities in North America are tackling transportation challenges and increasing equity and efficiency in their transportation systems. The conference will take place in Toronto this year, from September 9-12.

Below are the staff who will represent Kittelson at NACTO Designing Cities. We encourage you to reach out to any of us directly to set up time to connect during the event!

Caitlin Tobin opened Kittelson’s Charlotte, NC office just over 2 years ago. Prior to joining Kittelson, Caitlin served as the bicycle and pedestrian coordinator for the Baltimore City Department of Transportation, where she led the design and construction of the first 3.5 miles of parking protected bike lanes, led the development of Baltimore’s Separated Bike Network Plan, and managed more than $9 million in active transportation planning, design and construction projects for the City of Baltimore. As a consultant at Kittelson, she has supported multiple communities in the northeast and southeast as they seek to plan, design and implement active transportation infrastructure.

Conor Semler is a senior planner who draws on his experience in urban planning, traffic engineering, and technical research in complete streets design. A national leader in the planning and design of innovative bicycle facilities, Conor is highly regarded for his ability to leverage transportation design to create livable and healthy communities, with a focus on improving conditions for walking and bicycling through better evaluation and design. Conor was involved in the development of both the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide and the FHWA Separated Bike Lane Planning and Design Guide.

Jennifer Musselman has a passion for combining data analytics with public input to solve complex multimodal problems. She has contributed to several corridor planning studies through stakeholder involvement, identification of corridor needs and opportunities, and operational analysis. Most recently, Jennifer has been working with the Florida Department of Transportation to implement their Complete Streets policy locally and at the statewide level. Her experience also includes transit planning, intersection operations, transit signal priority (TSP), and traffic impact analysis.

Radu Nan has a diverse background in roadway engineering and transportation planning. His project work spans preliminary engineering evaluations for NEPA-related clearances; pedestrian and bicycle enhancement projects; roadway and intersections functional designs; and construction plans, specifications and estimates. Radu’s practical knowledge of software packages and geographic information systems tools serves our clients in the preliminary stages of design projects and to conduct corridor level analyses for feasibility or environmental studies.

We hope to see you in Toronto! Be sure to follow Kittelson on LinkedIn and Twitter for updates during the event.