Darci Rudzinski (AICP) helps communities plan physical spaces that communicate their visions and aspirations for a more livable, workable and equitable future. She draws on her passions for history, neighborhood and community planning, and economic development to actively listen to the goals and concerns of community members, identify issues and create place-specific solutions. A key focus for her is planning transit and transportation systems— exploring the interface between land use, community needs, and the corridors and thoroughfares we all use to reach our jobs, school, shopping and other activities. Darci has nearly 25 years of experience in both the public and private sector in Oregon, including helping over 20 jurisdictions ensure that their transportation plans, comprehensive plans and code updates, public facility plans and review programs comply with all state rules and statutes. She is active member in Oregon’s chapter of the American Planning Association.