Clarence Eng—a Smart Mobility and Transit Practice Leader at Kimley-Horn—has achieved the planning profession’s highest honor by being inducted into the prestigious College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP). This recognition honors professionals for their outstanding achievements in urban planning and significant contributions to the industry and society. Fellows are selected based on excellence in professional practice, teaching and mentoring, research, service to the public and community, and leadership. 64 Fellows were inducted into the Class of 2018 out of approximately 40,000 professional planners on April 22, 2018 at the American Planning Association’s (APA) Annual National Conference in New Orleans. The AICP College of Fellows is comprised of 626 FAICPs across the United States.
Based in Kimley-Horn’s Tampa office, Clarence has been on the leading edge of national award-winning urban regeneration and integrated transportation/land use planning implementation. His work includes smart mobility solutions for the Tampa Innovation District, transit planning on the Tampa Streetcar Modernization and Extension study, work on the Fort Lauderdale Wave Streetcar and Richmond Pulse Bus Rapid Transit, and transit-oriented development (TOD) strategies in the Washington, DC Metro and San Francisco Bay areas.
Clarence serves as the Chairman of the Tampa Innovation Alliance Advisory Board overseeing the revitalization efforts in the University area, and is leading the implementation of a new district circulator. He has served on national Urban Land Institute Advisory Panels, and is a regular speaker at national conferences on smart mobility, micro-transit, autonomous vehicle solutions, transit, urban design, visioning, technology, TOD, and strategic redevelopment.