Brian Fellows, Senior Consultant
Areas of focus: Sustainable transportation, sustainable communities, school transportation safety, mobility/accessibility/ADA and quantitative assessment of the health effects of the built environment
Based in Phoenix, AZ
Brian is transportation professional with more than 26 years of experience in the public, private, non-profit and academic sectors. His areas of expertise include sustainable transportation, sustainable communities, school transportation safety, mobility/accessibility/ADA and quantitative assessment of the health effects of the built environment. Brian created and, for six years, led the Arizona Safe Routes To School (SRTS) federal program, which awarded more than $15 million in funding. This included conducting 30 SRTS workshops and walking site assessments and managing more than 70 projects. Brian has presented at 110 conferences, meetings and webinars, including ITE, AASHTO, U.S. EPA, Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI), National Center for SRTS, SRTS National Partnership and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE).
Additionally, Brian was a selected TAC member for designing the STAR Community Rating System; an application reviewer for the Bicycle Friendly Communities and Bicycle Friendly University programs; development team member for the Walk Friendly Communities program; TAC/faculty for the Urban Land Institute’s Community Plan project; and Road Safety Audit team member. He also conceived and held America Moves – an international conference on building multimodal facilities, programs and physical activity into communities. He currently is a member of the City of Tempe Transportation Commission.