Located in the heart of California’s capital city, Policy in Motion is certified as an Underutilized Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and focused exclusively on livability policy analysiseducation and implementation as it pertains to integrated transportation and land use plans/projects which improve transportation choices and system efficiency while fostering the growth of beautiful communities and a healthy planet.

Since the passage of California’s landmark legislation AB 32 and SB 375, Policy in Motion has worked with governmental agencies and varied stakeholders from the local to federal level on crafting and implementing transportation plans and regulatory frameworks which work toward reduced greenhouse gas emissions, community sustainability, and People-Oriented Development (“POD”).  The firm’s research and strategic analyses have been utilized by the Federal Highway Administration; California Department of Transportation; Nevada Department of Transportation; California Department of Public Health; University of California; California Transit Association; California Water Foundation; as well as both city and county transportation planning agencies and local governments developing sustainability plans.

Policy in Motion offers services in crafting and implementing transportation plans and regulatory frameworks which work toward complete community sustainability and people-oriented development facilitating access to affordable living near quality jobs, food, schools and health services.

Read more on the firm’s experience in Planning and Implementation, Strategy and Analysis, and Outreach and Education.