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DANIEL TURNER URBAN PLANNING + DESIGN

44 Vandeventer Avenue Princeton, NJ 08542 631.252.2579 daniel.turner86@gmail.com www.danielrturner.com


Daniel Turner is a transportation planner with Parsons Brinkerhoff. Daniel has a Masters degree in City and Regional Planning (MCRP) from Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy with a concentration in transportation. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Northeastern University and has worked in local politics in the Boston area. In addition to experience working in politics, Daniel has worked as a project assistant at the Voorhees Transportation Center working with Together North Jersey to help create a Regional Plan For Sustainable Development in the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority region. This portfolio displays a variety of Daniel's achievements in the urban design field from his time in academia and in the professional environment. Urban design concerns not only the aesthetic but the more tangible aspects of urban living that public policy typically attempts to address. This portfolio represents these various aspects of urban design through visuals and written summary.

DANIELTURNER


RESUME EDUCATION

masters in city and regional planning RUTGERS UNIVERSITY | 2013

bachelors in political science

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY | 2008

EXPERIENCE

parsons brinckerhoff

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER | APRIL 2013-PRESENT

TECHNICAL SKILLS adobe

PHOTOSHOP CS5 | ILLUSTRATOR CS5| IN DESIGN CS5

microsoft

WORD | EXCEL | POWERPOINT | PUBLISHER

other design

TRIMBLE SKETCH UP | AUTOCAD

other statistical

SPSS | ARCGIS

voorhees transportation center

RESEARCH ASSISTANT | MAY 2012-APRIL 2013

town of islip department of planning PLANNING INTERN | MAY-AUGUST 2011

islip town supervisor

LEGISLATIVE INTERN | JANUARY-APRIL 2011

cispus americorps

TEEN CENTER COORDINATOR | SEPTEMBER 2009-JULY 2010

state senator cynthia stone creem

ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE | JANUARY-JUNE 2008

DANIELTURNER - URBAN PLANNING PORTFOLIO

DANIEL TURNER 44 Vandeventer Avenue Princeton | New Jersey | -8542 631.252.2579 | daniel.turner86@gmail.com www.danielrturner.com


POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH BICYCLE+PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION STUDY PROJECT DATE: JUNE-DECEMBER 2013

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POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH BICYCLE+PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION STUDY PROJECT DATE: JUNE-DECEMBER 2013

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RARITAN RIVER STUDIO A VISION FOR MILLTOWN

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Lessons Learned Use multiple avenues for reaching stakeholders  Meetings with railroad operators  Presentations to regional advocacy groups  Direct outreach at rail stations to reach unaffiliated riders

Combine traditional and technology-based tools  In-person and virtual meetings  Personal interaction supplemented with iPad displays and QR code

Build a foundation for future project development  Early and on-going agency engagement  Web-based agency communication

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ NEILSON STREET REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT DATE: OCTOBER 2012

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ NEILSON STREET REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT DATE: OCTOBER 2012

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DANIELTURNER - URBAN PLANNING PORTFOLIO


DANIELTURNER - URBAN PLANNING PORTFOLIO


DANIELTURNER

44 Vandeventer Avenue Princeton, NJ 08542 631.252.2579 daniel.turner86@gmail.com

DANIELTURNER - URBAN PLANNING PORTFOLIO

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