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Greg Lindsey

Professor, Associate Dean, Humphrey School of Public Affairs


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Greg Lindsey’s areas of specialty include environmental planning, policy, and management. His current research involves studies of the relationship between the built environment and physical activity, specifically factors that affect the use of pedestrian and cycling infrastructure. Lindsey’s previous projects have included water infrastructure finance, greenway use, annexation policy, and erosion and sediment control programs. He is now conducting a project to measure traffic on multiuse urban trails in the Twin Cities area.

Lindsey earned a bachelor’s degree in urban planning from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree in geography and environmental studies from Northeastern Illinois University. He also holds a master’s degree and doctorate from John’s Hopkins University. Among his numerous honors and awards, Lindsey was named a Distinguished Hoosier by the governor of Indiana in 2008 and recognized by the City Council of Indianapolis for his contributions to the city.