Rebecca Gleason, M.S., P.E.
Research Engineer II
Rebecca Gleason, PE, M.S., joined WTI in 2006 as a research engineer. Rebecca earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering in 1994 and holds an M.S. in Health Sciences. Her research is focused on bicycle and pedestrian travel as modes of active and sustainable transportation. Ms. Gleason was the primary author of the 2008 “Guide to Promoting Bicycling on Federal Lands”, which sought to raise awareness of the benefits of bicycling and the many resources already available for bike planning and design. She was also the primary author of “Exploring Bicycle Options for Federal Lands: Bike Sharing, Rentals and Employee Fleets”, which explores how land managers can make bicycles more accessible. Rebecca has presented at Transportation Research Board, George Wright Society and Scenic Byways conferences. She currently serves as the chair of the Bozeman Area Bicycle Advisory Board.
Research Focus Affiliations
- Mobility and Public Transportation