Nolan Gray is a graduate Research Assistant at the NJ Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center (NJ BPRC). He joined the BPRC staff in September 2016. He is a NJ Ambassador in Motion and contributes to the BPRC blog.
Nolan is a candidate for the Master of City and Regional Planning degree at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, concentrating in Transportation and Land Use. He received B.A.’s in philosophy and political science at the University of Kentucky.
Nolan’s research interests include bicycle policy, land-use regulation, and development. His work has appeared on Forbes, Market Urbanism, and Strong Towns. He is also a daily bicycle commuter.