Danielle Hess, B.S.

Project Assistant

Outdoor portrait of WTI staff member Dani HessDanielle (Dani) Hess serves as a Project Assistant for mobility projects with the Small Urban and Rural Livability Center and the Small Urban, Rural and Tribal Center on Mobility.  Dani first joined WTI in February 2016, leading community outreach for the Bozeman Commuter project and other local initiatives.  She currently works on the Transportation Demand Management project with the City of Bozeman and the “pop-up” traffic calming projects on local roads.  Dani earned her Bachelor of Science in Community Health from Montana State University. 

Research Focus Affiliations

  • Mobility and Public Transportation

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