Get to Know Amy Ingles, Active Transportation Leader

October 07, 2020

As our active transportation leader, Amy Ingles provides both a cyclist’s and pedestrian’s perspective to our planning and design projects, and construction management. Amy works closely with, and complements the work of our planners and engineers on a variety of public and land development projects. Working with municipalities, community leaders, developers and the public, Amy improves the safety, comfort, and attractiveness of walking and biking. We have included a number of HSH projects below, many of which Amy has provided her active transportation expertise on.

HSH – Improving Mobility and Safety for Our Clients

Legacy Trail, Weston
The Case Estates is home to a new network of paved and crushed stone pathways that connect the Case Campus with Ash Street….Read more »

Tontine Crescent, Boston
HSH designed a transformative project, creating public space from currently underutilized streets in an area called the Tontine Crescent … Read more »

Shared Use Path Guide, MassDOT
HSH is the lead consultant working on the development of the MassDOT Shared Use Path Planning and Design Guide … Read more »

Commonwealth Avenue, Newton
This exciting project is one of several under development in and around Newton that aim to add high-quality, fully separated bicycle facilities to Route 30 … Read more »

Arborway, Jamaica Plain
HSH is providing planning, engineering services, and community engagement service to improve safety … Read more »

East Milton Square, Milton
The project will improve traffic operations and create a safe modes of transportation for vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians … Read more »

Kenmore Square, Boston
The Bay State Road contraflow bike lane is a critical piece of the bicycle network in the Boston University area of the City of Boston. It offers a low-stress alternative to … Read more »

Route 30, Weston
HSH is currently designing safety, multimodal, and operational improvements for the entire 3.7 mile length of Route 30, from Newton to Natick. This is a heavily traveled road for commuters … Read more »

Tactical Improvements, East Boston
HSH is developing a low-cost, quick-build design to calm traffic and realign an unsafe intersection in a primarily residential neighborhood in East Boston … Read more »