Download my latest Resume here. Last update: March, 2020.
I am certified as AICP, the American Institute of Certified Planners, by APA. I received the certification in August 2021.
I am currently working for Connetics Transportation Group, Atlanta. CTG provides high-quality planning services to public transit, local and state transportation agencies across the country. At work, I support a wide range of transit planning projects including comprehensive operational analyses and system redesigns, transit development plans, corridor studies for major capital investment projects, and other short-term and long-term service planning studies.
In May 2019, I graduated from the Master of City and Regional Planning program at Georgia Tech concentrating in GIS and urban design. Before that, I studied Architecture at Xi’an Jiaotong University in Xi’an, China. You can find my architecture portfolio below.
I am most interested in GIS, statistics, and R. My goal is to use data-driven information, geospatial relationships, and design aspects to understand and solve urban problems. I like to study about neighborhood gentrification, housing market dynamics, non-motorized transportation promotion, and environmental and social justice problems.
About the Adventure
Study, work, and have fun. I consider these elements of life as Meng Adventure.
In my spare time, I like playing the the flute and the guitar, cooking, playing video games, and reading books.
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