Adam Paul Susaneck
Adam is a Project Manager at AECOM Metro New York where he focuses on bringing transformational change to urban infrastructure, with a particular emphasis on creating more equitable and sustainable outcomes for existing and future transportation projects. In this capacity, he has worked to leverage local and international best practices to reduce the potential negative impacts of transportation projects on surrounding communities, including the Sheridan Expressway-to-Sheridan Boulevard conversion and the ongoing study to mitigate the divisions caused by the Cross Bronx Expressway. Adam has written for The New York Times advocating for an updated approach to transportation policy and pedestrian safety, and his work has been featured in The Guardian, Fast Company, The Architect’s Newspaper, and other notable publications. He earned his Master of Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and is currently pursuing a PhD in architecture and the built environment at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands focused on developing solutions to reconnect communities divided by highway infrastructure.