Dubois & King, Inc
Lucy Gibson is a traffic engineer and transportation planner with a commitment to walkable and bikeable streets and healthy, fun, beautiful and sustainable communities. She works across northern New England and across the country on transportation planning and design projects that strive to live up the Charter of New Urbanism. Her work often involves explaining how to correctly apply basic engineering principles to the public and government officials so that we can design our streets to meet all of our goals – safety, economic, beauty, and multimodalism. She was on the project management committee for the ITE/CNU guide, Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares‑A Context-Sensitive Approach, was the primary author of Complete Streets‑a guide for Vermont communities. She has worked on a number of Freeways-to-Boulevards projects with CNU, including the Claiborne Expressway in New Orleans, the Buffalo Skyway, the Sheridan Expressway in the Bronx, More recently she developed a plan to deconstruct and humanize an interstate interchange in the Libbytown neighborhood of Portland, Maine. She works at DuBois & King on all phases of sustainable transportation projects, from planning through construction.