Patrick Singleton is an OTREC/NITC transportation scholar. He is a second-year Master's student in Civil & Environmental Engineering at Portland State University, studying active travel behavior. Under the direction of his advisor, Dr. Kelly Clifton, Patrick is completing his thesis, examining the complex decision-making processes surrounding walking and bicycling and recommending how best to model active travel choices. He looks forward to entering the PhD program at PSU in Fall 2013. Although he grew up in Portland, Patrick recently returned from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he earned a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and worked in traffic engineering for consulting firm Michael Baker Jr., Inc. In his personal time, he advised the local transit agency as a citizen advocate and served as vice-president of his neighborhood association. Outside of school, you are likely to find Patrick exploring and photographing his current city.