Thomas Schulze, FAICP
Tom Schulze’s nearly 40-year career in transportation planning in New York and New Jersey exemplifies the positive impact of the planning professional. Whether directing major regional transportation projects or local community plans, he builds a foundation of thorough analytics and extensive community input to support his transportation solutions. He is a strong and effective advocate for a holistic approach to city planning, stressing the relationship between transportation investment, redevelopment, and economic growth. He also supports the profession, as a teacher, community volunteer, and leader in the APA New Jersey Chapter, particularly as the founder of the Community Planning Assistance Program. Inducted 2016.