Amy Johnson, AICP
Amy is passionate about helping individuals and communities explore mobility options that lead to increased quality of life through better personal health and improved air quality. With eight years of experience in both the public and private sectors, Amy specializes in developing transportation demand management (TDM) plans. She has authored or contributed to over a dozen TDM plans for private developers, municipalities, county governments, transit agencies and campuses across the U.S. and Canada.
As a city-dweller, year-round bicycle commuter and transit user, Amy brings personal experience to alternative transportation planning. Amy’s approach to transportation planning is focused on a traditional gaps and barrier analysis through a behavior change lens.
In addition to her TDM and transportation planning work, Amy is UrbanTrans’ survey programming and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) guru, with her expert analytic capabilities and eye for design.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from John Carroll University. She also earned a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Colorado.
In her spare time, she enjoys riding her bike, trying new restaurants with her husband, and exploring Denver with her toddler son.