Susan Jones Moses is an indepedent consultant affiliated with EDR Group. She is an expert on the interrelationship between land use, economic development and transportation. Ms. Moses has worked on EDR Group projects dating back ten years. These projects focus on identifying impacts and opportunities associated with transportation investments and land use development policies.
This includes EDR Group projects evaluating land use and development impacts and opportunities associated with rail service for Maine DOT, highway alignment for Roanoke, VA, interchange development for Pennsylvania DOT, and economic development measurement methods for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program.
She was previously at Cambridge Systematics for 13 years, where she was a Principal of the firm. Ms. Moses has been a speaker at conferences of the Council for Urban Economic Development, California Transportation and Public Works Conference, U.S. Legislators and National Press Corps, and her articles have been published in magazines including Economic Development Review and Economic Development Commentary. She has an MCP in City and Regional Planning from the Univ. of California, Berkeley, and a BA in Economics from Cornell.
Her experience includes the following:
- Maine Department of Transportation - local station area development impacts of new Boston-Portland passenger train service.
- City of Roanoke, Virginia - economic development opportunities associated with three alternative alignments for the I-73 extension.
- Pennsylvania Turnpike - local development impacts associated with a proposed new interchange between the turnpike (toll road) and the north-south I-95 freeway.
- Humboldt County Association of Governments, California - employment and income impacts of alternative transportation improvement strategies.
- Development Authority of the North Country, NY - evaluation of economic development opportunities associated with army base expansion and transportation improvements
- Wisconsin Department of Transportation - analysis of intermodal transportation linkages for realizing potential economic benefits Hartford (CT) - land use and development implications of proposed public transit strategies
- Sacramento Department of Public Works - surveys of the economic contribution of employees, shoppers, and other visitors to the downtown economy, and the effect of parking on the downtown economy.
- Economic development strategies for numerous areas, including northern New York State, Placer County (CA), Lorain (OH), Dallas (TX), Norwalk (CT), and Humboldt County (CA). Military Base Reuse Studies - for Boston, MA (Army Base), Glenview, IL (Naval Air Station), Rancho Cordova, CA (Mather Air Force Base), Ayer, MA (Fort Devens). She also prepared a pro forma analysis for alternative development scenarios.
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