Gabriella Arismendi has been an active transportation and economic development planner for eight years. She helps communities design and implement innovative active transportation solutions that provide equal access, foster economic growth, and efficiently manage public resources. Gabriella’s experience spans a wide range of project scales, from establishing partnerships with transportation network companies to address last mile concerns to managing a multi-technological bicycle and pedestrian planning efforts. Gabriella currently is the transportation and mobility planner for the City of Westminster and is leading efforts of incorporating Smart City technology solutions into the city’s plans and programs. Prior to Westminster, Gabriella worked as the Active Transportation Planner for MetroPlan Orlando, the regional transportation planning authority in Central Florida, and as Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Winter Park, Florida. She holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Florida International University, a Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Central Florida, and a Certificate in Transportation Demand Management from the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida.
Tech And ... UX + Urban Planning
This engaging speaker series examines how tech impacts —and will continue to impact— the way we live, work, & play. This month we look at the intersection of UX & Urban Planning.
Smart Cities & Open Data
Join EPP and our guest panel to discuss new technology and open data and how it's impacting planning efforts in the region!