Originally from Southern California, Anson completed the MST/MCP (Transportation/City Planning) dual-degree program and is now a PhD candidate in the interdepartmental transportation doctoral program at MIT. His research, conducted with the ALC-BRT Center of Excellence, has focused on transit corridor planning, accessibility indicators, and stakeholder engagement. After graduating from Swarthmore College with degrees in urban studies and engineering, he spent a year in Latin America and Africa investigating the evolution of BRT systems. Anson has experience with community-based organizations, transit agencies, and urban design workshops in Boston, Los Angeles, Santiago de Chile, Bogotá, and Beijing, among other places.
Research Projects: Transport for London
Research Interests: Accessibility, Productivity, and Agglomeration