Wells + Associates is very pleased that the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) has recognized our TDM associate Linsey Burch as a recipient of its “40 Under 40” award which recognizes “leaders who are committed to developing programs that shift (transportation) behavior and create long-lasting change within their communities and organizations.”
ACT’s 40 Under 40 Awards
ACT announced the 2019 40 Under 40 recipients at a special awards ceremony and reception at ACT’s annual TDM Forum in Seattle on November 12, 2019. The awardees represent a diverse cross-section of the industry, including private sector employers, city and state governments, service providers, consultants, and nonprofits committed to solving the transportation and mobility challenges facing their communities and organizations.
“The future is very bright for TDM with this impressive group of talent rising up and changing the way we look at addressing transportation and mobility,” said ACT Executive Director David Straus. “The work of these ambitious leaders makes a very real difference in the quality of life commuters and their creative solutions are improving the sustainability of their communities.”
Linsey Burch – TDM Associate at Wells + Associates
“I’m happy to be recognized along with so many other accomplished TDM professionals,” said Linsey, who is a key member of the Wells + Associates Transportation Demand Management consulting team. The W+A Team fosters transit-oriented development, complete streets, walkable activity centers, livability and sustainability initiatives, and integrated corridor management. The TDM team’s approach empowers people to take advantage of alternative modes they may not even thinking of – all while enhancing their quality of lives.
W+A’s Lydia Shackelford, Senior Associate in our TDM practice, stated, “We are excited and proud to see Linsey recognized by ACT. Her leadership on a variety of TDM projects for our clients has been invaluable in creating more sustainable transportation choices for communities, employees, companies, and property managers.”
The Association for Commuter Transportation is the premier organization and leading advocate for commuter transportation and transportation demand management (TDM) professionals. ACT strives to create an efficient multimodal transportation system by empowering the people, places, and organizations working to advance TDM in order to improve the quality of life of commuters, enhance the livability of communities, and stimulate economic activity.
“I am always thrilled to see the next generation embracing TDM, and excited for this group of award recipients,” said ACT President Connie McGee. “I believe we need to keep cultivating new generations to work in transportation moving TDM forward into the future. Congratulations to the recipients!”