Three Oaks Welcomes Cody McChane to Our Transit Practice
Durham, NC – September 14, 2022
Three Oaks Engineering is pleased to announce that Cody McChane, AICP, joined our Durham, NC, office, helping expand our growing transit practice!
Cody will serve as a Transportation Planner supporting our clients with transit, bicycle, and pedestrian planning; public engagement; and environmental review. He brings over 10 years of experience in the public and active transportation field. Prior to joining Three Oaks, Cody worked on several planning projects for the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and other transit agencies, including two years as an embedded consultant on CTA’s Red Line Extension program management team. More recently, Cody helped design bicycle facilities in the City of Chicago and develop bicycle and pedestrian plans for communities throughout the Chicago region.
“We are excited to continue growing our transit practice, which supports our commitment to sustainable transportation planning,” said Three Oaks President Suzanne Unger Young. Transit practice leader, Meghan Makoid, added “we look forward to offering Cody’s active and public transportation planning experience to our clients.”
“I’m excited for the opportunity to join Three Oaks’ growing transit practice, and I look forward to supporting our clients with their transit, bicycle, and pedestrian planning needs. I am dedicated to helping improve the safety and quality of all modes of active and public transportation,” Cody stated.
In addition to his commitment to transportation planning, Cody is active in transportation advocacy. He has spent time at Active Transportation Alliance in Chicago as an employee, intern, and volunteer, and served on the board of Transport Chicago, a regional conference focused on transportation research, policy, and practice. He looks forward to getting plugged-in with local transportation advocacy groups, such as Bike Durham, an advocacy organization that Three Oaks actively sponsors to help empower all people to walk, bike, and ride transit more often.