Scott Curry

Associate Planner

Scott Curry is an expert in multimodal transportation planning, walkable/bikeable urban design, and balancing difficult tradeoffs to support transportation equity. Throughout his 11-year career, Scott has worked in dozens of communities across the country. Scott was the valedictorian of the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University and graduated first in his class from the University of Michigan with master’s degrees in both urban planning and urban design. In his previous role as the Active Transportation Coordinator for the City of Charlotte, Scott led the development of a new citywide Strategic Mobility Plan and oversaw many of Charlotte’s most significant and challenging bicycle and pedestrian projects, like the 31-mile Cross Charlotte Trail and the 7-mile Uptown CycleLink network. He is a co-founder of the Open Streets 704 program and has been a part of award-winning project teams recognized by the American Planning Association and the Congress for New Urbanism. Most importantly, Scott commutes to work by bike every day. Outside of work, you’re likely to find Scott enjoying time with his three daughters, playing basketball or disc golf, hiking in the mountains, or sitting around a campfire.