Anna Dragovich is an environmentalist and urban planner who partners with departments and individuals across the IU Bloomington campus to reduce travel demand and create a sustainable, equitable transport system. After spending many years working in transportation, she knows what empowers people of all ages and abilities to use multiple modes of transportation so they can live happy, healthy, equitable and just lives.
Dragovich has been working professionally since 2012: first as the city of Bloomington’s senior transportation planner, then as the Safe Routes to School coordinator for the city of Tigard, Oregon, and now as IU Bloomington’s transportation demand management coordinator and bicycle manager. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio, and a Master of Environmental Science degree from Miami University of Ohio. She is also an accredited professional through the Congress for the New Urbanism.
Areas of Expertise
Urban planning, transportation demand management, bicycle and pedestrian planning, active transportation, parking and land use management, ridesharing, complete streets, new urbanism, smart growth, land use impacts on transportation, automobile dependency, transportation and economic development impacts, bicycle infrastructure, bicycle parking, environmental science.
Office of Parking Operations: https://parking.indiana.edu/transport-options/
“IU employees share their tips for biking to work”: https://news.iu.edu/stories/2019/05/iu/inside/08-employees-share-tips-for-biking-to-work.html
“City’s bike-share can’t keep Pace with scooters”: https://www.hoosiertimes.com/herald_times_online/news/local/city-s-bike-share-can-t-keep-pace-with-scooters/article_97cfe208-4ad5-55b6-9416-fd3b58713b40.html