Renaissance’s Founding Principal Chris Sinclair joined Jeffrey Wood of The Overhead Wire and Alice Bravo of Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works to talk technology, transit-oriented development (TOD), and multimodal solutions on the podcast. Talking Headways: A Streetsblog Podcast "Episode 228: Underinfrastructurized" was recorded live from the 6th Annual Safe Streets Summit stage in Miami.

With over 37 years of experience managing a variety of land and transportation planning projects, Chris founded Renaissance in 1999 and has served as the firm’s visionary leader since its inception. He has brought a focus on integrated land use and transportation planning to a variety of planning projects, including Federal research and training, Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Long Range Transportation Plans, master plans, and local comprehensive plans, impact fees and fiscal impact studies. He is well versed in a wide range of planning tools and methods, including land use models, travel demand models, traffic operations software and fiscal impact models. Chris has helped develop unique integrated planning tools, including the multimodal accessibility (MMA) technique and the CorPlan integrated planning model.

Chris is Chairman of the Board and Practice Development Director for Renaissance, with a focus is on multimodal metrics and modeling and transit oriented development (TOD) planning and design. In addition to his work for Renaissance, Chris has taught masters level courses at the University of Virginia, the University of Florida and Rollins College.