Jennifer Hefferan is a professional landscape architect with fifteen years of experience applying her landscape architecture and urban design expertise to transportation projects. She worked for eight years as the Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the District of Columbia Department of Transportation, overseeing a variety of engineering, education, enforcement, and encouragement projects. Jennifer is an expert in pedestrian crosswalk safety. She is skilled in both planning and design and has experience applying real-world design principles to planning projects. She is knowledgeable about the operational characteristics of pedestrians and bicyclists and physical roadway design characteristics. Jennifer also served as president of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals from 2012 through 2014.
When not working on projects, Jennifer enjoys going for hikes and bike rides, and recently began learning how to play the ukulele.