Matt Madsen joined WTI in 2019 as a Technical Research Associate. He joined the Mobility and Public Transportation program area and has taken on bike/pedestrian technical assistance as well as the pop-up neighborhood traffic calming program.
After receiving his undergraduate degree in social work at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and his masters from the Colorado School of Public Health, Matt managed a healthy families program in Colorado. His community engagement activities ranged from adult and early childhood education to leadership programs. His active transportation experience includes implementation of Safe Routes to School and local Bike to Work programs, both of which will serve him well in his new role with WTI’s Mobility program. In 2018, Matt moved to Montana and became Bozeman’s first affordable housing manager. His job helped define what affordable housing means in this growing city and what role Bozeman officials should play in that. In addition to his work at WTI, Matt serves as a consultant providing community health education and leadership trainings throughout the region.
Research Focus Affiliations
- Mobility and Public Transportation