Andrew’s focus on urban design and transit speaks to his recognition of the importance of well-designed public spaces and the effect that an individual’s environment can have on their lifestyle. Likewise, an environmental background paired with his athletic experiences in running and biking fuel his passion to create more walkable/bikeable and equitable communities in the future.

Andrew is a task lead and transportation planner who began his career in the public sector gaining experience in community planning, parking analysis, fleet management, and the development of sustainable transit options, which he now incorporates into all of his work at Foursquare ITP. As a key member of Foursquare ITP’s team, Andrew has led and facilitated a variety of projects including transit development plans, corridor studies, workforce shortage surveys, zero-emission bus fleet transition plans, and monitoring of operational activities. He specializes in transportation demand management (TDM), service planning, and has advanced knowledge of fleet planning, geographic information systems (GIS), and transit propensity. Andrew’s key projects at Foursquare ITP include the DFHV WAV Operator Shortage Study, Arlington Transit Strategic Plan, and the GoTriangle Regional Fleet and Facility Study.


MCRP, Transportation Planning and Urban Design
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University

BA, Sociology
The College of New Jersey