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Public Lands Transportation Fellows Projects 2012-2014​

San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex (USFWS) – Matthew Bruno, June 2012-May 2014

From sand dunes to sandy beaches, the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex offers visitors a look into the diverse wildlife and natural environment of the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Francisco National Wildlife Complex is a network of seven National Wildlife Refuges devoted to protecting complex ecosystems in one of the country’s most densely urbanized areas. The Complex is looking to work with a transportation scholar who has an emphasis in transit planning and engineering. To create a transportation plan for the Complex in order to identify key issues, establish a work plan to resolve them, and to strengthen local transportation partnerships. The scholar will also initiate a program to facilitate transit access to the complex from underserved communities. Shared housing will be provided to the transportation scholar that is accepted for this exciting opportunity.

  • San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex Application (pdf)
  • Transportation Scholar Matthew Bruno’s Bio (pdf)
  • Matthew Bruno’s 2013 TRB Poster (abstract pdf, poster pdf)
  • Matthew Bruno’s 2014 TRB Poster (pdf)
  • Matthew Bruno’s 2013 Final Report (pdf)
  • Matthew Bruno’s 2014 Final Report (pdf)
  • Matthew Bruno’s Blog: