Lynn Peterson

Lynn Peterson is a nationally recognized transportation and land use integration expert. Her career has led her from building projects to building communities that work for everyone. Her 30-year-plus transportation career has covered an impressive range of experience. From building and designing roads to serving as an elected and appointed official in Oregon and Washington, respectively, she has worked on policy and implementation of transportation projects and trained State DOTs on forward-thinking transportation planning processes.

Courses taught by Lynn Peterson

Roadways for People, Part 1

Using Portland's I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project as a central case study, Lynn Peterson and co-instructor Elizabeth Doerr explore why and how we need a more inclusive, people-centered transportation planning process.

79 Mins

Roadways for People, Part 2

Home in on the Community Solutions Based Approach through the example of a recent project in Baltimore, Maryland to re-reroute and update an Amtrak tunnel that would affect the predominantly Black neighborhood of Reservoir Hill.

54 Mins