Areas of Expertise:
transit planning | pedestrian safety | cycling | gender and transportation | urban design
Madeline Brozen is the deputy director of the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, and an expert on active transportation issues in urban design. In her work on transit planning, Brozen has studied how to design transit systems to enhance women’s preferences and needs. Brozen previously served as a program manager of Complete Streets Initiative, and collaborates with colleagues in the Fielding School of Public Health on open streets research. She previously served on the board of directors for the Associate of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals and is vice chair of the LA Metro Westside Service Council.
Institute on Transportation Studies; Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies, UCLA Luskin