Staff

Vice President of Service Delivery & Project Manager

  571-642-1526

  Years of Experience: 15

  Years at Foursquare ITP: 12

Shana Johnson, AICP is a Vice President of Service Delivery & Project Manager, as well as Foursquare ITP’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM), Shared Mobility, and Parking Practice Lead. Shana is also one of the nation’s foremost experts on strategic planning for both policy and programs in transportation demand management, and she strongly believes that TDM policies are a critical element of managing the transition to the shared mobility future. She also has significant experience in long-range, regional, and multi-modal planning, strategic planning, transportation research, financial and capital planning, transportation equity, and active transportation. In her diverse experience she has led strategic, analytical, and program implementation planning efforts for a wide range of agencies. Among the projects Shana has led are a policy-focused TDM strategic plan for Atlanta, overseeing the operations of the District’s goDCgo TDM program, using qualitative and qualitative research methods to examine the relationship between Northeast Corridor rail and regional economic development, managing the development of transportation needs and recommendations for the Staunton District for Virginia’s statewide transportation plan, and managing the first ever bikeshare development plan for Arlington County, Virginia.

Shana is currently an Associate Editor of the Transportation Research Record, the journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRB). She is also the founder and lead organizer for the Six Minute Pitch, the premier transportation startup pitch conference session, held at the TRB Annual Meeting every year since 2013. She has previously held various leadership positions with the American Planning Association, Women’s Transportation Seminar-DC Chapter, TRB’s Young Member’s Council and Transportation and Land Development Committee, and Young Professionals in Transportation.


Education

M.U.R.P., Urban and Regional Planning
Virginia Tech

B.A., Geography
Clark University