||Civic Eye Collaborative is an urban planning and multimedia studio.
We collaborate to communicate complex urban planning issues, using the latest technology to enhance public participation and improve understanding of the planning process.
Our multidisciplinary team leads training workshops and community outreach, produces educational films and multimedia projects, and develops transportation and land use plans.
|Ranjit Walia, AICP/PP
Ranjit is a New Jersey-based urban planner with experience in the public and private sectors in public policy, civic engagement and transportation planning, focusing on bicycle and pedestrian issues. Before founding Civic Eye Collaborative, he was project manager for the New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center at the Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers. Ranjit holds a Masters in City and Regional Planning from the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University.
|Peter Bilton, AICP/PP
A New Jersey native, Peter has experience in transportation planning and public policy in the public, private and non-profit sectors. He focuses on transportation demand management and transit, bicycle and pedestrian planning. Before founding Civic Eye Collaborative, he was project manager at the Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers, where he directed outreach programs for NJDOT and New Jersey Transit. Peter holds a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University.
Nichole is a New York City-based photographer and filmmaker. With a background in urban studies, Nichole has experience as a city planner and has spent years doing street photography and street films. She has worked with major media companies, including MTV and Photoshot/World Pictures and her photographs have appeared in publications including The New York Times and Time Out. She holds a BA from Columbia University in Urban Studies, and BS in Architecture from the University of Michigan.