Scott Curry is the Active Transportation Coordinator for the City of Charlotte. In that role he oversees the City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Programs and serves as the Planning Manager for the Cross Charlotte Trail. Scott played a key role in the creation of Charlotte’s Vision Zero Action Plan, and he is leading the development of a new citywide Strategic Mobility Plan. He is a co-founder of the Open Streets 704 program and the Charlotte Placemaking Hub. He previously worked as an urban design consultant for the Lawrence Group, and he has taught as an adjunct professor for the Master of Urban Design program at UNC Charlotte. Scott was the valedictorian of the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University, and he graduated first in his class from the University of Michigan with master’s degrees in both Urban Design and Urban Planning. Scott has been a part of award-winning project teams recognized by the American Planning Association and the Congress for New Urbanism.