Kristine Williams, , AICP

Senior Program Manager, National Institute for Congestion Reduction; Program Director, Planning & Corridor Management CUTR Program DirectorLocation: CUT 132
Phone: 813-974-9807
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Biography

 

Kristine M. Williams, AICP directs the Planning and Corridor Management program at CUTR. She is a multimodal planning specialist, transportation and land use policy analyst, and national authority on access management. Kristine is author of the TRB Access Management Manual (2003, 2014) and has served as Principal Investigator on several projects for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program. She has also developed tools and methods for improving social equity in transportation planning, a planning and regulatory model for multimodal transportation districts, and a mobility planning concept and mobility fee sensitive to vehicle miles of travel that has been widely implemented throughout Florida. Kristine is Emeritus Member of the TRB Access Management Committee. 

Specialties

Access Management 

Corridor Preservation 

Multimodal Planning 

Thoroughfare Planning 

Transportation Equity 

Land Use and Transportation Policy 

Public Involvement 

Urban Planning 

Training 

Representative Experience

Developed tools for measuring and communicating the value of access management 

Developed tools and methods for integrating social equity into transportation planning  

Developed planning and regulatory model for multimodal transportation districts 

Conducted the Florida Mobility Fee Study for the State of Florida, 

Documented multimodal planning best practices for local government comprehensive plans 

Developed Florida’s model ordinance for developer contributions to the transportation system  

Lead author of the TRB Access Management Manual and an International Access Management Primer 

Conducted several national studies for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program 

Developed local ordinances and planning and regulatory models for access management and corridor preservation 

Provided training on multimodal planning, access management, and public involvement 

Education 

Master of Urban Planning, Michigan State University. Specialty: Urban Land Policy and Regulation. Graduated with high honors and awarded AICP Planning Student of the Year. 

Bachelor of Arts, Michigan State University. Major: Anthropology. Specialty: Community and International Development. Graduated with honors. 

Honors and Awards 

Technology Transfer Champion 2021, Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions and Dollars (CTEDD) 

Co-Recipient of 2019 APA Florida Student Project Award for research in support of the FDOT Future Transportation Plan update. 

Award in recognition of international outreach efforts on access management, Local Conference Committee, First International Conference on Access Management, Athens, Greece, June 2011. 

2008 Fulbright Senior Specialist 

Institute of Transportation Engineers, 2008 Transportation Planning Council Best Project Award in recognition of “Transportation Concurrency: Best Practices Guide,” August 19, 2008 

Tampa Bay Section, Institute of Transportation Engineers, 2008 Project of the Year, “Transportation Concurrency: Best Practices Guide.” 

Transportation Research Board Certificate of Appreciation in Recognition of Activities to Foster International Participation in Access Management, 2006 

Award of Excellence presented for “Model Regulations and Plan Amendments for Multimodal Transportation Districts” by the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association, 2004.