Danielle Kochman

Senior Regional Planner, San Diego Association of Governments

Since 2006, Danielle Kochman has been a Regional Planner with the San Diego Association of Governments. Danielle initially joined the transit planning team at SANDAG, managing specialized transportation grant programs, capital projects, transit planning studies, and supporting Bus Rapid Transit implementation. To follow her passion for technology and innovation, Danielle moved to the Transportation Demand Management team in 2018. In her new role, Danielle is spearheading efforts to collect Ridehailing data to inform long-range transportation planning and policies and overseeing an effort to implement the region’s first robust planned Mobility Hub, which will leverage technology and new transportation services to expand personal mobility and improve access to transit. Danielle received her undergraduate degree in Economics at UC San Diego, completed a certificate program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and began her career as a Regional Planner at the San Joaquin Council of Governments.

Tuesday, April 16
11:00 am - 12:15 pm • Smart, Shared and Seamless: Future Vision from Transportation Trailblazersagora
Tomorrow’s transportation system will facilitate efficient, convenient and safe multi-modal door to door transport. As Cities prepare for this new paradigm, transportation planners must consider the physical and network security, traffic flow and air quality, among many other concerns. Join public and private sector transportation experts for this discussion about how to bring city and regional transportation systems to the next level.