Daniel Allalemdjian is the Director of Transportation Demand Management at Columbia University. His role is to establish and promote commuter initiatives that allow Columbia University staff, faculty and students to switch to alternative travel modes that are efficient, convenient, fast and affordable. All with the aim of reducing traffic congestion and environmental impact. Whether it’s making way for bicycle infrastructure, developing new shuttle routes, coordinating rideshare arrangements or advising on transit routes, Dan’s continually looking to improve Columbia’s commute.
Before joining Columbia University, Dan worked for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation developing and implementing commuter initiatives at worksites across Massachusetts. He worked with a range of Massachusetts organizations that received awards for their commuter initiatives.