Nate Evans is a planner and engineer with over 15 years of experience. His areas of expertise include multimodal, pedestrian, and bicycle planning and design, and ADA access. Combining his experience as a planner, engineer and community advocate, Nate brings a unique approach to project development by meeting local needs with aesthetic improvements and sustainable transportation options. Prior to joining Toole Design, Nate served as the City of Baltimore’s first full-time bicycle and pedestrian planner where he oversaw infrastructure improvements, hosted bike events and assisted City Council in passing a package of pro-bike legislation. Nate also instituted volunteer bike counts, which documented a 200% increase in Baltimore’s bike traffic in only three years. He also served as a consultant to the Maryland State Highway Administration (MDSHA) in managing retrofit and trail projects, and advising on bicycle accommodation policy. Most recently, Nate was the Executive Director of Bike Maryland, the State’s bicycle advocacy organization.
Nate is an avid mountain biker, an Appalachian Trail thru-hiker (Class of ’98), and in his spare time, he builds sustainable trails. Nate lives in suburban Baltimore with his wife and three children.