Senior Transportation Planner
Adi Nochur joined MAPC in November 2021 as a Senior Transportation Planner. In this role, he works with municipalities, state agencies, and non-profits to research and manage parking initiatives, to improve regional bus transit systems, and to advance local Complete Streets planning efforts, amongst other transportation policies and projects.
Before coming to MAPC, Adi worked as the Deputy Director of Capacity Building at Groundwork USA. In this role he managed and implemented technical assistance programs with environmental justice communities across the country to transform abandoned brownfields and neglected waterways into vibrant assets like transit-oriented development, parks, and open space. Adi previously worked as a Project Manager with WalkBoston to improve pedestrian infrastructure and walkability in cities and towns all over Massachusetts, in partnership with state agencies, municipal governments, and community organizations. He began his planning career as an Eco-Innovation Associate with the Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, where he supported local sustainability initiatives in the Talbot-Norfolk Triangle Eco-Innovation District.
Adi holds a Master in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and Biology from Tufts University. He currently serves on the Massachusetts Advisory Board for the Conservation Law Foundation. Before pursuing his graduate degree, Adi worked for the Massachusetts Legislature and then spent several years in Washington, DC with the 1Sky Campaign organizing for bold federal climate policy.
Areas of Expertise: multimodal transportation planning, walkability and active transportation, built environment assessment, public and stakeholder engagement, sustainable community development