Marc Schlossberg, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Marc Schlossberg

Practice Areas: Biking, Transportation, City Planning, Community Development, Environment

Marc Schlossberg is an academic expert in city planning, transportation and sustainable development. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor of city planning, co-director of the Sustainable Cities Initiative and the associate director of the National Institute for Transportation and Communities. His primary research focuses around sustainable transportation and how to retrofit communities to better support biking and walking. Marc’s work in the Sustainable Cities Initiative has been featured in national and international media.

Contact: | 541-346-2046 | @MarcSchlossberg


Recent Media
Rethinking Streets During COVID-19 (Capital Public Radio, May 3, 2021)
US reentry to Paris agreement adds momentum to cities' sustainability efforts (The Hill, April 14, 2021)
New bikeway connecting UO and downtown nears opening (Around the O, Oct. 19, 2020)
Taking Back the Streets, Eugene is opening some streets to encourage pedestrian and cycling traffic (Eugene Weekly, July 16, 2020)
Scooters are making people mad—and they might spur the next breakthrough in Portland transportation (Willamette Week, Aug. 21, 2018)
Wheels in motion to make Yakima more bike-friendly (The Yakima Herald-Republic, May 23, 2015)
10-week think tanks (The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 20, 2013)
Why universities need celebrating from the (city) rooftops (Forbes, Dec. 10, 2011) 
In Oregon, students seek key to a sustainable city (The New York Times, Aug. 23, 2010)