Brian Dougherty manages the Pedestrian and Neighborhood Projects Group in the Project Development Division for the Seattle Department of Transportation. He has 16 years’ experience working on active transportation in Seattle, leading high-profile projects including Safe Routes to School, Neighborhood Greenways, sidewalks, trails, and traffic calming. He has presented at on topics including Rightsizing, traffic safety evaluations, school traffic safety, modal plan development, and effective community engagement. He received a B.A. in American Studies and political science from Marlboro College and is a member of Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals and the American Planning Association.