jeremy goldstein, AICP, LEED
Project Manager | Durham, NC
Advocate, Transit oriented, Collaborative, Urban, Family
BA, Biological Basis of Behavior (Cognitive Neuroscience), University of Pennsylvania
MRP, City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Jeremy is a project manager with Renaissance, responsible for land use and transportation planning research and analysis, including transit station-area land use planning, transit-oriented development, bicycle and pedestrian planning, transportation demand management, market assessments, wayfinding and circulation analyses, public involvement, geographic information systems (GIS) mapping, and graphics creation.
... that planning ideals and public preference are better aligned than they have been in generations. Walkable communities, premium transit, and infill development are no longer unrealized goals but market preferences. However, there are still hurdles to implementing these changes. I see my job as utilizing coordinated land use, transportation, and economic development planning strategies to facilitate these emerging preferences and overcome the hurdles preventing them.