Ian Lockwood, Senior Consultant 

Areas of focus: Traffic Engineering, Designs and Sketches

Based in Orlando, FL

Ian Lockwood P.E., is a Livable Transportation Engineer with the Toole Design Group.  Ian has Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Civil Engineering from Carleton University and is a Harvard University Loeb Fellow.  In the 1990s, Ian was the City Transportation Planner for West Palm Beach where he led some of the first arterial calming projects in the country.  In 2005, Ian helped define the term “complete streets,” an idea about inclusive design which has spread across North America.  Ian is a proponent of the “Path-as-Place” doctrine which informs his work on Main Streets, downtowns, campus, and cities.  Ian’s projects range from designing flexible-use public spaces to highway removal projects, all with the goal of increasing social and economic exchange. Ian is well published, guest lectures at several universities, and is occasionally interviewed on National Public Radio.    For fun, he does photography, cartooning, and road cycling. Follow Ian on Twitter @IanLockwoodPE