Senior Research Specialist, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center
Stephanie DiPetrillo brings a distinctive set of experiences to the center, including a background in historic preservation, architecture, urban design, and planning. While at VTC, her research has focused primarily on the interface between transportation and land use and has included projects examining the benefits and barriers to transit-oriented development, the costs of sprawl, and the transportation energy demands associated with different settlement patterns. She has taught at Hofstra University, Rutgers University, and the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). Ms. DiPetrillo holds a BA degree in Economics and a Master of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, as well as a Master of Architecture from NJIT.
Project Coordinator, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center
Betsy Harvey is a project coordinator at the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center. Since July 2012, she has been working at the Center on projects covering a variety of transportation issues, including transit-oriented development, transportation equity, and bicycle and pedestrian safety. Currently, she works primarily on research and outreach to make bicycling and walking accessible and safe for all New Jerseyans. She also writes about transit-oriented development for VTC’s Transit-Friendly Development Newsletter. She has been instrumental in providing GIS, website design and management, and graphic design expertise to many projects at VTC. Ms. Harvey received a Masters degree in City and Regional Planning from Rutgers in 2012 and a BA in English from the University of New Hampshire in 2009.