He has consulted on a wide range of transit, parking, and urban redevelopment studies and has contributed to regional long-term planning in cities around the world, in addition to serving as a frequent workshop and conference speaker on transit markets, planning, and transit-oriented development. A former professor of management at the INCAE Business School in Central America, Mr. Hoffman has also consulted to the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the US Agency for International Development.
Mr. Hoffman holds Master’s degrees from MIT (Urban Studies and Planning) and Harvard University (Administration, Planning, and Social Policy), in addition to a Bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Cornell University (social sciences). He has taught courses in transportation-related issues through the University of Queensland, UC Davis, and San Diego’s New School of Architecture.
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