Rachel Weinberger
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Anisha Sawhney, achitect & urban designer

Rachel Weinberger is an Assistant Professor of City & Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania. Her areas of expertise include land use transportation interactions, travel demand forecasting, urban economics, and econometric analysis for transportation planning. Prior to joining the faculty at PennDesign, Dr. Weinberger worked in private practice, most recently as a Principal with Nelson\Nygaard consulting associates.

She has worked on a wide range of transportation planning projects. In a year of absense from the University of Pennsylvania, Rachel worked as the Senior Policy Advisor for Transportation in Mayor Bloomberg's Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability. Other projects have included transportation master plans, parking policy studies, mobility and access plans, ground-side access to airports, adapting strategies of travelers in the New York Metropolitan region after 9/11, and econometric analyses of transportation investment on property value.

Dr. Weinberger holds the degrees Master of Urban Planning from Hunter College of the City of New York, Master of Science in Transportation Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and a Doctorate in Urban and Regional Planning also from the University of California, Berkeley. She received a Design Trust fellowship for Taxi 07.


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