Levin College of Public Affairs and Education graduate Angie Schmitt (MUPD ‘12) has been recognized by Planetizen as one of 100 people making an impact of planning and cities today on their list of the most influential contemporary urbanists.
A nationally known speaker, author, and planner Angie Schmitt is the author of Right of Way: Race, Class and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America, which was published in August 2020 by Island Press. She is the founder of 3MPH Planning and Consulting, a small Cleveland-based planning firm that focuses on landscape architectural services, scientific and technical consulting services, and town/urban and land use planning. The longtime editor of Streetsblog USA, Schmitt is one of the country’s best-known writers and experts on sustainable transportation and is considered a leading voice for traffic safety and pedestrian environments.
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