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Daniel Johnson is currently enrolled in the Master of Regional Planning Program at the University at Albany and plans to specialize in transportation planning. Daniel received a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Connecticut College and currently works as a Transportation Analyst for the Mid-Hudson South Transportation Coordinating Committee (MHSTCC), of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC). As part of the MHSTCC, he is responsible for maintaining and building the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), assisting in the development of the Transportation Conformity Determination, participating in the development of the Long Range Transportation Plan, and serving as an active member of various subcommittees.

Daniel’s greatest interest is in the future of our transportation systems and recognizes that we are in a time when much of our transportation infrastructure has reached the end of its useful life as our federal transportation dollars decline. As the population grows, ages, and becomes more reliant on technology, Daniel identifies that the need for dynamic solutions to the evolving landscape of our transportation systems has never been greater. He hopes to facilitate millennial input into the transportation planning process in a way that best prepares them for potential challenges “down the road”.