USP alumna, Natasha Opfell, working towards Protected Bike Lanes and Intersections

Friday, November 22, 2019

“Empathetic design ensures that our infrastructure projects truly create safer streets for all,” said Natasha Opfell, in a statement. “When we involve people with disabilities and invoke universal design principles early on in the design process, we are able to create streetscapes where everyone feels welcome. I hope that ‘Getting to The Curb’ can serve as a tool to combat ableism, inspire inclusive design, and make us better advocates, engineers, planners, and policymakers.”  Read the complete article