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Ronald is an urban planner with transport planning and urban design experience in the United States and the Netherlands. He has worked on a number of street design and bicycle and pedestrian planning projects, including the Westminster, Colorado Bicycle Master Plan as well as smaller street design projects across the United States. Ronald has partaken in several transportation research projects, including the Open Streets Project, which gathered insights into dozens of temporary road closure initiatives in North America.
Ronald has worked on several mobility management, road pricing and intelligent transport system projects in the Netherlands. These include an experimental Avoiding the Peak road pricing policy in the Dutch province of Brabant, where Ronald researched the effectiveness of price incentives and in-car technology in altering motorists’ travel patterns.
Ronald holds a bachelor degree in Human Geography and Planning from Utrecht University in the Netherlands and a master degree in City and Regional Planning from the Pratt Institute School of Architecture in the United States.