The Mobility Innovation Strategy is being led by nationally recognized consultants under the direction of INCOG. The project is being undertaken in conjunction with a Steering Committee representing a spectrum of interests and organizations.
INCOG has engaged a multidisciplinary consultant team with expertise in smart mobility and urban planning led by Stantec. The team includes Mobility e3 and Crafton Tull.
Jason Schrieber, AICP, Principal-in-Charge
Kelley Coyner, Mobility Innovation Advisor
Tom Yardley, Project Manager
Susan Marlow, GISP, ITS/Traffic/LiDAR Mapping Lead
Liza Cohen, Deputy Project Manager/Outreach Lead
Greg Rodriguez, Policy/Legal Framework
Terry Clower, Ph.D., Economic Development Mobility e3
Mark Seibold, Local Lead/University Partnerships, Craftton Tull
Jennifer Shriber, Transportation Planner
Sasha Pejcic, PMP
Craig Lewis, FAICP, LEED AP, CNU-A
Mike Rutkowski, PE, AICP
A Project Steering Committee of informed stakeholders has been formed to help guide this process. The Steering Committee includes City officials, community representatives, business owners, and developers. The Project Steering Committee is tasked with ensuring mobility innovation strategies reflect the values of stakeholders and the Tulsa community and to serve as a creative force developing innovative ideas for the City. They serve an overview/advisory role and as a conduit to various community stakeholders.