Years of Experience: 10
Years at Foursquare ITP: 4
Peter Hadley is a transportation planner whose work at Foursquare ITP has included bus-rail integration analyses, service planning, transit development plans, and flexible transit models. He managed the creation of a new bus stop database for the BaltimoreLink bus network redesign, including stop sequencing for an entirely new network, bus stop optimization analysis, and the production of route listings for new signage for the more than 6,000 bus stops in the system. He has also contributed to the company’s outreach efforts, creating maps, graphics, and other visual communication material. Peter is also the primary author of Foursquare ITP’s white paper on Flexible Transit and has been active in the shared-use mobility community. His previous work has focused on public-private partnerships, real estate asset management, and urban redevelopment. Peter enjoys giving people the opportunity to seamlessly transition between an array of transportation options without having to sacrifice mobility or flexibility. He is dedicated to helping clients meet their goals of expanding access to safe, reliable, and frequent transit.
M.C.P. Community Planning (Transportation/Real Estate)
University of Maryland, College Park
University of Notre Dame