Kasia Hart

Policy Analyst, Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Kasia Hart is a Policy Analyst with the Government Affairs Department at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council. As part of the Government Affairs team, Kasia works with internal departments to identify and advocate MAPC’s legislative and budget priorities through each legislative session. Kasia focuses on transportation-related initiatives and legislation, and coordinates the agency’s municipal and regional engagement efforts around the Transportation and Climate Initiative.

In her former role with MAPC’s Transportation Department, Kasia worked on a broad range of transportation policy and planning projects, including managing MAPC’s regional bike share and micromobility coordination efforts, performing municipal parking management studies, and researching innovative transportation funding strategies.

Previously, Kasia worked with the Boston pedestrian advocacy group WalkBoston while completing a Master of Arts in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University.

Kasia Hart is a Policy Analyst with the Government Affairs Department at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council. As part of the Government Affairs team, Kasia works with internal departments to identify and advocate MAPC’s legislative and budget priorities through each legislative session. Kasia focuses on transportation-related initiatives and legislation, and coordinates the agency’s municipal and regional engagement efforts around the Transportation and Climate Initiative.

In her former role with MAPC’s Transportation Department, Kasia worked on a broad range of transportation policy and planning projects, including managing MAPC’s regional bike share and micromobility coordination efforts, performing municipal parking management studies, and researching innovative transportation funding strategies.

Previously, Kasia worked with the Boston pedestrian advocacy group WalkBoston while completing a Master of Arts in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University.

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Lectures

12.10.2019 (1:39:46)

Innovations in Transit: 2019