Kenneth Kruckemeyer

Ken is a longtime resident of Boston’s South End neighborhood and is a founding member of LivableStreets. He is happy that our mission has spread as a younger generation becomes involved in advocating for better urban planning and transportation. Ken is a private transportation strategist, specializing in the design of civil infrastructure, with a focus on integrated public transport systems, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and roadway and bridge design. Ken previously served as Associate Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Works and was Project Manager of the Southwest Corridor Project in Boston. Ken hopes to see LivableStreets achieve major success across all program areas -- with improved designs for Melnea Cass Boulevard, Rutherford Avenue, Back Bay Station, and key connections in theEmerald Network. Ken enjoys walking, cycling and swimming.

Ken says: I love seeing more young people getting involved in advocating for better urban planning and transportation.

 

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Kenneth Kruckemeyer