Hank Kelley is a Transportation Planning & Programs Supervisor for the Mobile GR Department in the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Hank’s work at Mobile GR includes leading the development of new programs such as Parking Benefit Districts and managing special projects like the re-branding and service expansion of Grand Rapids’ downtown circulator, the DASH. Additionally, Hank coordinates closely with the local public transit authority – The Rapid – to make investments that improve the user experience and enhance operations. Prior to this position, Hank worked for a large transit agency, a small city, and in the private sector on projects ranging from active transportation plans to NEPA corridor studies. Hank is excited about expanding sustainable transportation choices and the possibility for mid-size cities like Grand Rapids to lead the way in adopting 21st century transportation solutions.
Hank received their B.A. in Political Science from Wayne State University, and their Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.