Adam is a transportation planner with private and public sector experience in plan development, conceptual design, and community outreach. He has contributed to a number of active transportation plans and policies, addressing issues relating to to transit access and bicyclist and pedestrian safety. Adam’s work centers on equitable public engagement, traffic safety analysis, and community-driven urban design. Prior to joining Toole Design, Adam worked in LA Metro’s Transit Oriented Communities program, where he worked on first-/last-mile plans that improve access to new and existing transit stations. He is passionate about designing accessible, active streets that support stress-free connections and places.
Outside of work, Adam enjoys trying out new baking projects, hiking, and exploring Los Angeles neighborhoods by bike.