Christopher Lee is a graduate research assistant at the Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center for the State of New Jersey for the fall of 2016. He has, thus far, been a part of a statewide effort to gather survey data regarding attitudes toward bicycle usage for the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
Chris is a second year planning student at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, working toward an MCRP with a concentration and certificate in Transportation Planning. Chris’s interests range from passenger traffic, bicycle and pedestrian accommodation/design, to freight movements and port design and planning. With a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan and graduate courses in RR transportation systems and Public Transit Planning and Management, Chris hopes to balance key elements of design, optimization, and policy within the planning process.
Chris also enjoys being outdoors, traveling, making music, and sampling new adventures in meal preparation/cooking!