Andy’s experience in institutional, municipal, and regional transportation planning emphasizes integration of land use and mobility strategies. On campus, he provides solutions to policy and physical planning problems involving multimodal circulation, roadway design, parking, and transportation demand management. In the urban realm, Andy’s understanding of the connection between land use and transportation informs traffic analysis, community and agency process management, and site circulation design. He has also undertaken traffic analysis in various international settings.
Andy’s practice lies along the seam between transportation planning and urban design. His unique perspective addresses traditional transportation concerns and incorporates exciting new developments in multimodal access planning with the goal of reducing auto-dependence. He is equally comfortable preparing impact studies, devising policy solutions, and leading public meetings. He enables Sasaki to integrate transportation analysis as a fundamental aspect of sustainable place-making and community-building.
After studying at Cornell University’s School of City and Regional Planning, Andy worked for the City of Boston before coming to Sasaki in 1995. He has served on the Planning Board in Belmont and the Transportation Board in Brookline, Massachusetts.