Team

Tom Fairchild, Principal

tomfairchild@cityv3.com
Photo: Tom FairchildTom Fairchild launched City Version 3 to build constituencies for transit and transit-oriented development.  After 20+ years in the field he has come to realize these to be essential building blocks of healthy entrepreneurial cities.  His passion is to bring about positive change  in these areas through successful team building, active engagement and innovative programming.  Tom’s interests lie at the intersection of transportation with topics including: technology, affordable housing, real estate development, aging in place, human behavior, and health.  Read more about Tom here…


Robert E. Brosnan, Planning

robertbrosnan@cityv3.com

Photo: Robert E. BrosnanBob Brosnan is an expert in strategic long-range planning. He is a nationally recognized planning professional with nearly four decades of experience in city planning and urban design, with extensive knowledge of community-based planning, land use, local government policy, and zoning regulations. His efforts transformed Arlington County from a quiet suburb to one of the most successful examples of smart growth and transit-oriented development (TOD) in the county with its “bull’s eye” development strategy – building housing, office and retail around transit stops.  Read more about Bob here…


Chris R. Hamilton, Transportation Leadership

chrishamilton@cityv3.com

In his role as  Commuter Services Bureau Chief of Arlington’s, DOT, Chris Hamilton led the largest, most innovative TDM/mobility management team in North America, whose mission is to make it easy for people to take transit, bike, and walk rather than drive alone. Over the last 20 years Chris has helped pioneer the use of Commuter Stores, online fare purchases, innovative marketing, B2B solutions, walk and bike encouragement, the east coast’s first on-street carshare, TDM for Site Plan Development, impactful research through Mobility Lab, and the USA’s first major bikeshare program. Read more about Chris here…


Martina McDonough, Design

martinamcdonough@citvy3.com

Martina McDonoughMartina McDonough is a creative designer with a background in graphic design, illustration & with transit as a main concept and focus in her current portfolio. She understands the demand for producing high quality work, and has gained the skills of accuracy and communication from much previous experience. Her portfolio acquires a strong focus in graphic design and illustration that includes a heavy concentration (and passion!) for transportation alternatives.  Read more about Martina here…


Shane Farthing, Public Policy

shanefarthing@citvy3.com

Shane-Farthing-2Shane Farthing is an urban policy specialist who believes in the power of good policy and grassroots energy to build a sustainable future. His areas of expertise include “alternative” transportation, green building and urban design, regulatory policy, and campaign strategy and management (the policy kind–not the electoral kind). Read more about Shane here…

 


Paul Goddin, Communications

paulgoddin@citvy3.com

Paul Goddin is squarePaul Goddin is an experienced content creator and social media manager with a background in urban planning. He has led successful communications and public information projects for companies including Mobility Lab and Northern Virginia Transportation Commission. Paul’s education in planning and his prior information technology experience inform his stories about smart growth, transit, sustainability, and social equity. He has an innate ability to distill complex information into a strong messaging foundation that’s delivered to the general public. Read more about Paul here…


Paul DeMaio, Bikeshare

pauldemaio@cityv3.com

DeMaio1Paul DeMaio has been a bike-sharing advocate for nearly two decades. His commitment to expanding bike-share’s adoption in the U.S. and around the world is evident in his knowledge-sharing through academic journals and on-line publications. He is a recognized expert on bike-sharing and has been quoted by TIMEThe New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and The Washington Post to name a few. Paul co-authored the public tender for what has become the highly successful Capital Bikeshare and continues as the program manager for Arlington, Virginia’s portion of the regional service. Read more about Paul here…


Dwight Martino, Outreach Technologies

dwightmartino@cityv3.com

013db30Dwight Martino is a marketing technologist that creates innovations to enable public engagement in transportation oriented development, and beyond.  As innovations consultant to Mobility Lab, Dwight created the first geo-crowdsourcing tool for bike-share nationwide currently in use by bike-share in the DC Metro area. He has also developed geo-crowdsourcing tools for the city of Eugene OR, and designed RackSpotter.com, a system for public participation in inventorying standard bicycle parking. Dwight designed and built Mobility Lab’s website, as well many others. Read more about Dwight here…


John Mataya, Urban and Regional Planning

johnmataya@cityv3.com

John MatayaJohn is a professional planner that is passionate about creating economic development strategies for communities at the local and regional level.  John’s area of expertise includes data analysis and working on issues at the intersection of economic development, transportation, and housing at the local and regional level. Read more about John here…


Fionnuala Quinn, Walking + Biking Design Integration

Fionnuala@GoodRoadsMovement.com

FQ_CopenhagenFionnuala Quinn is a passionate design advocate who works on integrating walking and bicycling into the built landscape and transportation network. Her engineering work has focused on the innovative design of safer and more comfortable places to walk and bike, whether by reconfiguring existing streets or through the creation of new facilities for people of all ages and abilities. She specializes in thoughtful advice on how to put together walking and biking infrastructure so these modes integrate successfully with transit and transit-oriented development. She seeks also to educate a wider audience about the language and ideas behind design so as to improve the civic discourse about how best to put together our streets.

Read more about Fionnuala here…


 

Dale Roberts, Small Business Strategies

daleroberts@cityv3.com

Dale RobertsDale Roberts  is a visionary entrepreneur who knows small business. He founded The Java Shack aka “Arlington’s Original Coffeehouse” in 1996. Dale owned and operated the widely beloved business for nearly twenty years.

Any small business owner understands that simple survival can be a challenging. Yet under Dale’s leadership, The Java Shack thrived on all three segments of the triple bottom line: social, environmental and financial. As a community gathering spot, “The Shack” has few equals in Arlington and was named “Small Business of the Year” on several occasions by both Arlington Economic Development and the Arlington Chamber. Dale is a leader in sustainability initiatives and recognized by Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment with their “Green Stewardship Award.” And Dale’s careful financial management sustained the business for nearly 20 years of dealings with suppliers, landlords, financial institutions, employees, government regulators and customers.

Read more about Dale here…


Matt Caywood, Tech Advisor

matt@transitscreen.com

caywoodMatt Caywood is a technologist with a passion for transportation and maps. He has been involved in transportation applications since 1997. Before founding TransitScreen and serving as its CEO, he co-founded Mobility Lab’s Transit Tech project, where he advised on the early development of TransitScreen technology and advocated for open transportation data and open source tools. Read more about Matt here…
 

Joshua Etim, Outreach

joshuaetim@cityv3.com

Josh EtimJosh Etim is engaged in D.C.-area urban development and sustainability initiatives including the City of Alexandria’s Resource Recovery Division. Prior to moving to Washington, Josh assisted entrepreneurs and small businesses in Detroit with business development and sustainable practices.

Josh is also committed to supporting community organizations in the United States and Western Africa through his affiliation with Detroit’s chapter of the Young Non-Profit Professionals Network, and the Detroit Hub of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shaper Community. Read more about Josh here…

Monica TrinidadOriginally from Mexico City, Monica Trinidad is fluent in English and Spanish and is an advocate for the Latin-Americans and underprivileged communities.

Monica’s work with vulnerable communities began over 30 years ago organizing USAID projects in remote villages of Mexico. After receiving her undergraduate degree, Monica worked for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals performing clinical education and volunteered for Latin-American legal advocates through MALDEF. Currently she works with organizations in Washington D.C. supporting vulnerable groups across the metropolitan region on topics including transportation, language skills, healthcare and legal defense. Read more about Monica here…