Years of Experience: 2
Years at Foursquare ITP: 1
Finn Vigeland is a transportation planner passionate about promoting equitable access to multimodalism and reducing our dependency on single-occupancy vehicles. He is interested in the ways that design and public engagement can be harnessed to produce better urban policy and land use plans. Finn enjoys the planning process the most when he fuses qualitative, quantitative, geospatial, and visual analyses into his work.
Prior to working at Foursquare ITP, Finn worked with MTA New York City Transit on projects across the planning, design, engineering, and customer service spectrum, including mitigation work for the Canarsie Tunnel shutdown. Before pursuing his graduate degree in planning, he wore multiple hats as a higher-education administrator, journalist, and street safety activist. Outside of transportation planning, Finn constructs crossword puzzles for The New York Times and other major outlets.
M.U.P., Urban Planning (Transportation, Urban Design)
B.A., Urban Studies