Mobility Planning

My work prioritizes road safety, active transportation, and public space in ways that ensure people can move in ways that work for them. This approach is complemented by a Master of Urban and Regional Planning to be completed in April 2023.

Road Safety

A heat map with median income disparities for the City of Kingston. Data and maps will be available to the public in 2023

Created equity maps by layering collision data involving pedestrians and cyclists and social-economic disparities into GIS which can be used to highlight areas of concern in order to prioritize municipal road safety efforts.


Created Smart Moves: Key Performance Indicator Proposal for the MoveSmart Strategy (2022) to provide the City of Vaughan with a set of key performance indicators to assess the progress of their MoveSmart Mobility Management Strategy. Twenty KPIs were proposed through a comprehensive road safety and equity analysis with a team of urban planning students from Queen’s University.


Produced the Blind Spots Report which reviewed the City of Kingston’s Vision Zero Road Safety Plan based on renewed municipal Vision Zero plans and recent expert commentaries. The report identified four key recommendations which speak to themes and issues that are less prevalent or missing in Kingston’s Road Safety Plan.

School Streets

School Street with Central Public School Principal in Kingston, Ontario.

Led Central Public School’s School Street – a street closure program that restricts vehicle traffic and encourages active school travel at the start and end of the school day. With support from the Kingston Coalition for Active Transporation, I managed 50 volunteers to close a street and create a safe space for children more than 100 times since September 2022. This work has been featured in the Kingston Whig-Standard (September 2, 2022) and The Skeleton Press, Issue 11, Fall 2022 (page 30).

Public Space

Parking Lot Walk, a featured event as part of Jane’s Walk Ottawa

Designed and facilitated walking conversation training workshops as Program Manager for Jane’s Walks between 2013-2015, often emphasizing the importance of public space and the ideas of Jane Jacobs. Led multiple public events which speak to the efforts to reclaim public space, such as the “Parking lot walk” (CBC Ottawa Morning) 05/2015


Designed Walkability Audit for Queen Street in Kingston Ontario. Criteria Adapted from Place Performance Evaluation of Project For Public Spaces Places.

Contributed to Queen Street re-visioning material with Five Big Ideas for the Future of Queen Street.