Rob Rae

Rob Rae

Rob Rae, AICP

Senior Associate

Rob has been assisting cities and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) since 2008 in solving complex transportation problems. Rob focuses his efforts on connecting the transportation and land use dynamic by helping create future build-out scenarios that weight the cost and benefits of land use policy decisions. In addition to scenario planning, he has experience in thoroughfare and mobility planning and in developing initiatives to implement multi-modal and complete streets.

An active member of the State Chapter of the American Planning Association, Rob is also a member of the Urban Planning Professional Advisory Committee at the Texas A&M University and on the Mobility Committee for Downtown Dallas Inc.

What gives you the most satisfactions in your work?
Being creative; pushing the limits on what can be done to solve complex problems and having fun doing it.
If you had to choose a different career, what would it be?
I would enjoy working in a crash investigation unit. I have always had a desire to help reduce crashes and increase safety on our roadways.
What activities to you enjoy outside of work?
Spending time with my family; coaching my daughter's soccer team and mountain biking.


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"Safe Urban Form: Revisiting the Relationship Between Community Design and Traffic Safety" Journal of the American Planning Association, 2009