Stuart Anderson Executive Director | Stuart@transolutions.org
Stuart is experienced in developing successful urban and transportation planning solutions and is an internationally recognized speaker on Transportation Demand Management (TDM). He has led many regional corridor planning studies and managed traffic mitigation efforts for highway and light rail construction projects including developing a TDM program for a $1.7 billion corridor project in the Denver region. Most recently, he advised on the design of Transit Oriented Developments (TODs) and developed creative parking management strategies for mixed use sites around Light Rail Train stations. He was an integral member of the creative team that developed the concept plan for the Boulder Transit Village. Stuart founded the transportation planning firm UrbanTrans Consultants and grew the company to eight offices internationally before selling the company in 2012. He was also previously Executive Director for the Association for Commuter Transportation (Washington, D.C. and Denver, Colorado) and Executive Director for the West Hollywood/Hollywood Transportation Management Association.
Fontaine Burruss Program Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fontaine received her Masters in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Colorado Denver. Having been lucky enough to live in some great places, including San Francisco, Boston, Nantucket, and Portland, she developed a deep passion and appreciation for transportation, especially active modes such as walking and biking. She is excited to work to help people learn that driving alone is not the only option and that ditching their cars often has many benefits, including increased happiness, decreased stress, and a positive environmental impact. On her days off, you can often find Fontaine hiking/camping, cooking, playing with her pup, and biking around with her husband to explore all that the city has to offer.
Loralyn Fabian Outreach & Project Manager | email@example.com
Loralyn earned her Bachelor in Landscape Architecture from Penn State University, and has over six years, nonprofit community planning and development experience in the areas of project management, planning, and community engagement/outreach, to event coordination, operations, and other administrative support. She has had the opportunity to work on all scales of projects: supporting Bike Pittsburgh’s programs such as Car Free Fridays and neighborhood bike tours; community organizing and planning for neighborhood complete streets, including a Safe Routes to School component connecting to TOD; and supporting citywide comprehensive multimodal planning processes. Loralyn thrives when she is working alongside multidisciplinary teams, to support work, at all scales, that advances sustainability in our growing communities, and promotes human and environmental well-being. As the Outreach & Project Coordinator at Transportation Solutions, Loralyn wears many hats. She manages and administers the federal Partnership grant, an initiative through the CMAQ Program (Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality), which consists heavily of TDM planning and implementation, alongside employers and the community at large. Loralyn also supports other staff projects such as the multi-station plan and mobility study, and various financial and operational tasks. Loralyn is an avid, year round bicycle commuter, and completely car free!
Robby Long Communications Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
Robby is an urban planner specializing in active transportation and urban design. Driven by a passion to enhance the livability and experience of places, he strives to remove barriers to walking, biking, and other alternative transportation options. When not working or exploring Colorado, Robby looks for excuses to connect with people and places around the world—striving to be immersed within unfamiliar borders and places of movement. He holds his Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Colorado Denver.