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Philip Longenecker

Philip has a background in biochemistry and environmental sciences, and has experience working for local governments and non-profits on active transportation projects and land use planning issues. He currently assists on a range of projects, including bicycle, pedestrian, and trail master plans, as well as new mobility strategies, statewide active transportation plans, encouragement and education programs, bike share feasibility projects, and safe routes to school planning.

“I believe that walking and rolling are fundamental components to healthy, vibrant places. I'm inspired by the phrase 'think globally, act locally' and see bicycle and pedestrian planning as an empowering way for our communities to make small yet meaningful changes to our collectively owned spaces in order to address large, systemic issues like air quality and health, sprawl, and climate change.”

  • Registrations + Affiliations
    • Congress for the New Urbanism
    • League of American Bicyclists
  • Professional Highlights
    • FHWA Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Fellow, 2019
    • Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI) Scholar, 2019
    • National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), 2019 Scholar