Doug Johnson, MCP

Doug Johnson, MCP

Adjunct Professor

Expertise:

Community engagement, urban planning, active transportation, bike infrastructure planning

Course:

UA 510: Special Topics: Transit-Oriented Development in the 21st Century

Education:

MCP, Boston University Metropolitan College
BA, Political Science, UMass Amherst

Biography:

Doug Johnson works as a community organizer with the Boston Cyclists Union. Founded in 2011, the Bike Union promotes cycling as a means of transportation through infrastructure advocacy and education. By engaging with residents in neighborhoods across the Boston area, the Bike Union has helped create a social movement that has succeeded in making significant advances in road safety for users of all forms of transportation.

Doug’s work focuses on organizing communities to win campaigns for street infrastructure improvements. He serves on the City of Boston’s Vision Zero Task Force and is a co-founding member of the Massachusetts Vision Zero Coalition.

Contact Information:

Phone: (617) 358-4637

Email: dedjohns@bu.edu