Lynn Weigand, Ph.D
Director, Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation
Center for Transportation Studies
College of Urban and Public Affairs
B.A. (Speech Communication) 1981, Oregon State University; M.A. (Communication Studies) 1991, California State University, Sacramento; M.L.A., 1993, University of Washington; Ph.D. (Urban Studies) 2007, Portland State University.
Dr. Weigand directs the Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI) within the Center for Transportation Studies at PSU. IBPI leads innovation in research and education that promotes change to make communities safe, convenient and accessible places to walk and ride a bike. She is interested in how we shape places that support active lifestyles and foster community life in the public realm. She teaches courses on bicycle and pedestrian travel, design analysis and trail planning. Dr. Weigand has more than 20 years of public, nonprofit and private sector experience in community and transportation planning with the City of Portland Office of Transportation, Moore Iacofano Goltsman (MIG), Livable Oregon and the League of California Cities.
Dr. Weigand's contact information:
Office: Urban Center, Room 350E
Phone: (503) 725.4042