Michael Dowd is a data scientist at DataKind working on a long-term project using data science to prevent traffic fatalities in cities nationwide. A recent graduate of MIT with master’s degrees in city planning and transportation, Michael is a transportation planner, modeler, coder, GIS expert, and civic data enthusiast. He hails from Seattle, WA, but has lived most of his adult life in NYC. While attending MIT, he worked on modeling the potential impacts of climate change and inundation on the Boston metro region. He loves writing code, civic data, studying transportation, and all things geospatial.
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