Cynthia Hoyle, FAICP


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Contact Information

Organization / Work Phone:
2173285641
Address:

2207 S. Cottage Grove
Urbana
IL
61801
United States

FAICP Statement

Cynthia Hoyle is a nationally recognized leader and advocate of livable communities and safe streets. She was a pioneer in advocating for streets as corridors for all modes of transportation beginning with the groundbreaking publication of the PAS report <em>Traffic Calming</em> in 1995. Her contributions to creating safe, livable communities and training citizen planners have extended nationally. She is a noted speaker and author on the topics of mode choice and healthy communities. Cynthia's exceptional and sustained leadership and community service have left a legacy that will continue to create livable, sustainable, and healthy communities for future generations.

About Me

Cynthia Hoyle, FAICP has been a leader in promoting safe streets for all modes of transportation. She has over 30 years of planning experience working at the local, state and national levels. She specializes in transportation, creating community mobility, Complete Streets, bicycle planning, Safe Routes to School, comprehensive planning and visioning. Cynthia is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. She is the author of “Traffic Calming” through the American Planning Association published in 1995 and she served on ITE’s 1998 Outstanding Traffic Engineering Council Project for the publication "Design and Safety of Pedestrian Facilities". She is a Complete Streets Instructor with the National Complete Streets Coalition and a League Certified Instructor through the League of American Bicyclists. Cynthia is a Planner with Alta Planning + Design and she also works as a consultant with the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District. Cynthia is Chair of C-U Safe Routes to School Project. She is a Commissioner from Region IV on the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Commission and she serves on the City of Urbana Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission.

Professional Biography

Cynthia Hoyle, FAICP has been a leader in promoting safe streets for all modes of transportation. She has over 30 years of planning experience working at the local, state and national levels. She specializes in transportation, creating community mobility, Complete Streets, bicycle planning, Safe Routes to School, comprehensive planning and visioning. Cynthia is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. She recently served on the AICP Commission for Region IV. She is the author of “Traffic Calming” through the American Planning Association published in 1995 and she served on ITE’s 1998 Outstanding Traffic Engineering Council Project for the publication "Design and Safety of Pedestrian Facilities". She is a Complete Streets Instructor with the National Complete Streets Coalition and a League Certified Instructor through the League of American Bicyclists. Cynthia has a Master of Regional and City Planning from the University of Oklahoma. She works as a consultant with Alta Planning + Design and the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District.

Work Experience

Alta Planning + Design
Associate Planner
May,2014 - Present
Part time
Urbana, IL
61801
United States

Hoyle Consulting
Owner
September,1987 - Present
Part time
Urbana, IL
61801
United States

Orion Planning Group
Partner
January,2010 - January,2014
Part time
Urbana, IL
61801
United States

Planning Consultants
Owner
August,1987 - August,2001
Part time
Stillwater, IL
61801
United States

City of Oklahoma City
Traffic Planner
July,1985 - October,1987
Oklahoma City, IL
61801
United States



, - Present
Urbana, IL
61801
United States