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Dr. Renne has extensive experience in the intersection of transportation and land use policy. He served as a principal investigator on transit-oriented development (TOD) projects for the New Jersey Department of Transportation, the Transportation Research Board, and the State of Western Australia’s Department for Planning and Infrastructure. He was co-editor of Transit-Oriented Development: Making It Happen (2009). He is an Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Transportation Studies and is Director of the University of New Orleans Transportation Studies program. Dr. Renne serves as the Chair of Research for the American Planning Association’s Transportation Planning Division and the Secretary of the Transportation Research Board’s Transportation and Land Development Committee. He is also the Managing Director of The TOD Group, LLC, a private development firm building a TOD in Denver, Colorado.Dr. Fields is an expert in active transportation policies serving on the Transportation Research Board’s Bicycle Committee and previously serving as the Director of Research for the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in Washington. He was the Associate Director of the Gulf Coast Center for Evacuation and Transportation Resiliency and the Director of the Center for Urban and Public Affairs at the University of New Orleans. Dr. Fields serves as PI on local and national studies of active transportation. He is now an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Texas State University. His research focuses on understanding the key elements of resilient communities. He has examined resiliency from transportation, urban planning, and hazard mitigation perspectives through positions as the Director of Research at Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in Washington, DC and most recently as the Director of the Center of Urban and Public Affairs at the University of New Orleans. Recent publications from Dr. Fields have appeared in the Journal of Public Health Policy, the Journal of Urban Design, and Cityscape. Dr. Fields holds a B.A. from Trinity University and MPA and PhD from the University of New Orleans.