Conor is an associate planner who draws on his experience in urban planning, traffic engineering, and technical research in complete streets design. Conor is highly regarded for his ability to leverage transportation design to create livable and healthy communities. His focus is on improving conditions for walking and bicycling through better evaluation and design. Conor is a national leader in the planning and design of innovative bicycle facilities. He was involved in the development of both the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide and the FHWA Separated Bike Lane Planning and Design Guide. Conor’s experience is informed by his role in leading research, contributing to designs, and working closely with cities to continually evolve and innovate safer, more inviting bicycle facilities. Originally from Buffalo, NY, Conor enjoys bicycle commuting year-round and exploring cities on foot with his wife and two young children.
From Walking to Biking to SunRail-ing
Transforming Somerville's Least Complete Street
The First Protected Bike Lane in Uptown Charlotte
Re-Imagining Movement Through Harvard Square
Taking a Holistic Approach to Safer Streets in Boston
The speed of drivers? The number of drivers? The impatience of drivers? The stress level of residents?