Etty Padmodipoetro is a Boston-based urban designer and architect with extensive experience in transportation infrastructure architecture and transit-oriented development projects across the country. Based on her years of experience working on the Central Artery Tunnel Project, she brings that expertise to her work on roadways, bridges, and public transportation projects.
Current projects include pedestrian bridges at the I-90 Interchange in Allston; a redesign of bus, car and pedestrian circulation proposals for Sullivan Square Station; and concept designs at twenty five Commuter Rail Stations to provide accessibility; GLT, Nothern Avenue Bridge, Central Square Station Accessability, and Rourke Bridge.
Don Kindsvatter has over forty years of experience in the planning and implementation of urban infrastructure projects in New England and across the country. He often leads or works as part of an interdisciplinary team and has experience collaborating with a wide variety of professionals.
He is experienced in community involvement and has managed community engagement processes including facilitation and public presentations. He has a proven record of accomplishment in understanding and clearly communicating the technical issues and trade-offs of planning and designing in complex urban situations. His knowledge of transit station-area planning and corridor analysis, combined with experience on streetscape projects, provides a broad foundation for designing public spaces, streets, sidewalks and bikeways, and interfaces with transit facilities. He is experienced in working with multi-agency advisory groups and balancing the needs of diverse users.