Himadri Shekhar Kundu is a graduate research assistant at the New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center for the summer of 2017. Thus far, he has been a part of the team analyzing the statewide survey data regarding attitudes toward bicycle usage for the New Jersey Department of Transportation. He also contributes to the NJ Ambassadors in Motion program.
Himadri is currently a Masters of City and Regional Planning candidate at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and specializing in Transportation and Urban Design. He received his B.E. in Civil Engineering and a PGP in Construction Management from India and has worked in various capacities throughout his career.
Himadri enjoys traveling to new places and exploring on foot and on a bike, and believes walkability is crucial to happy and healthy communities. Himadri is interested in the intersection between urban design, transportation, and infrastructure planning.