Chris has been working at Trillium since 2011 and has contributed to a wide array of transit projects. From GTFS creation and customer support, to project management and data analysis, Chris takes pride in paying attention to details and being a thoughtful and clear communicator. A longstanding interest in ecology and dedication to sustainability drives his work to lessen the environmental impacts of transportation.
Chris is a proud Wisconsinite, but his love of Portland cannot be doubted. He enjoys biking around town, gardening, canoeing, crafting, and enjoying life in general. Prior to working at Trillium he worked as a biologist, studying the flora and fauna of SE Washington.
An Interview with Matthew Barnes and Sarah Hackett: How ODOT Uses GTFS Data for Planning & Analysis
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)’s recently released Key Transit Hub Report and Transit Network Report mark two more milestones in their utilization of GTFS data for planning, analysis, and coordination. The Key Transit Hub Report describes using GTFS data to identify “Key Transit Hubs” (KTH), defined as a transit stop or cluster of stops […]