Saturday, 4 April, 2020

Tony Mazzella is a Strategic Advisor with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) which he joined in 1999. Since coming to SDOT he has worked on a variety of transportation planning projects including neighborhood plans, sub-area and corridor planning studies, modal plans such as the Seattle Transit Master Plan, and the Center City Streetcar Connector. Prior to SDOT Tony managed the City of Kirkland Neighborhood Traffic Control Program. He holds Masters degrees in Social Policy (Hunter College, New York City) and Urban Design and Planning (University of Washington, Seattle).
Great cities are often known by their signature urban spaces and superb public transit. As Seattle works to activate and energize the public realm and deliver high-quality transit it helps to seek out examples from other dynamic cities that inform and inspire. In 2013, I attended a United Nations conference in Stockholm,...