Ms. Mall is a graduate research assistant at the New Jersey Bicycle & Pedestrian Resource Center (BPRC). As a member of BPRC’s New Jersey Ambassadors in Motion (NJ AIM) team, she helps with outreach efforts in communities throughout New Jersey to promote bicycling safety. She also assists with analyzing and compiling pedestrian safety survey results while creating graphics and maps for the different research projects at BPRC.
She is currently pursuing Masters in City and Regional Planning at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, with a concentration in transportation planning. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Planning from Center for Environment Planning and Technology, India, where she received the Best Thesis Award in 2016 for her thesis on ‘Assessing the Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture’.
With a passion for active transportation and climate change, Shaurya aims to work towards building green, walkable, and transit-friendly communities. In her free time, she loves to explore new cities with her friends while learning new skills and keeping appraised on the latest developments in the field of transportation planning.