Andrew Vesselinovitch has broad experience in the areas of streetscape and urban design and active transportation planning. He has headed the bicycle programs for both the New York City departments of planning and transportation, served on the San Francisco Bicycle Advisory Committee, and managed the Bloomingdale Trail (aka “the 606”), a rail-to-urban park conversion project, for both The Trust for Public Land and Ross Barney Architects.
Andrew is committed to cycling, Chicago, and the environment. He is a self-described “working cyclist”, using the bicycle as his primary means of transportation. Andrew was born and raised in Chicago and returned to study and practice architecture. Andrew has several cats, who sometimes also go riding.
Member, American Institute of Architects
Past Chair, Urban Design and Preservation Division, American Planning Association
American Institute of Certified Planners