Krizek named senior transportation fellow

By Staff


Kevin J. Krizek, professor of planning and design, co-director of the Active Communities / Transportation (ACT) Research Group and director of the doctorate Program in Design and Planning has been named University of Colorado Boulder’s Senior Transportation Fellow. The new position in the Environmental Center was created to help provide the campus and the community with a vision and plan toward an advanced sustainable transportation system. The role includes interacting with campus and community transportation planning to assist with and synergize local and regional transportation issues, working with the CU Environmental Center's sustainable transportation program, mentoring CU-Boulder students, and assisting faculty and staff in developing expertise and innovation related to transportation demand management.

In addition, Krizek recently published with Eric W. Stonebraker, a Ph.D. student in design and planning, the article “Assessing Options to Enhance Bicycle and Transit Integration” in Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2217, pp. 162–167.