Areas of Expertise:
cycling | bicycle safety | transit planning | alternative transportation | pedestrian safety
Madeline Brozen is the associate director of both the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies and the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and an expert on alternative transportation, bicycle safety and pedestrian safety. In her work on transit planning, Brozen has studied how to promote transportation design that is bike-friendly and pedestrian-friendly. Brozen, who is also program manager of UCLA Complete Streets, is on the board of directors for the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals.