ITDP is a nonprofit organization headquartered in New York City with offices in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, and the United States. ITDP’s programs focus on public transport, non-motorized transport, travel demand management, parking, transport policy, and urban development.

D. Taylor Reich

Data Science Manager
Taylor (they/them pronouns) leads ITDP’s global work leveraging digital data to achieve the organization’s mission of sustainable and inclusive transport. Their work strategically connects data analysis to policy and city planning. Taylor is responsible for managing projects to develop and measure strategic indicators of urban transportation, to model the global urban transport sector, and to track ITDP’s impacts through the Monitoring and Evaluations program.

They are the author of data platforms including Pedestrians First and the Atlas of Sustainable Transport, the Compact Cities Electrified series of research papers (in collaboration with UC Davis), and Protected Bicycle Lanes Protect the Climate, the first-ever empirical study of the climate impacts of bicycle lanes in the Global South.

Before joining ITDP in 2019, Taylor took a Sc.B. in biochemistry and molecular biology at Brown University and completed a Fulbright research fellowship studying the history of housing policy in Amman, Jordan. They speak Arabic proficiently and Spanish at a low-intermediate level.


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