Tina Lund, AICP, Principal
In her 22 years with Urbanomics, Ms. Lundís diverse experience has included the Benefit Cost Analysis for the East Harlem Resiliency Study; value capture for the MNR Penn Access proposal; and geospatial analysis for the NYC DEP Wastewater Flow Analysis as well as the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for Bridgeport Connecticut as well as numerous other market and fiscal analyses. Owner of Urbanomics since January 2018, Ms. Lund focuses on the firmís comprehensive development strategies and economic and fiscal impact studies. Current projects include the Update of the 2050 NYMTC SED Forecasts; the EIS for the Staten Island North Shore BRT; and the New London Subase Joint Land Use Study (JLUS).
Ms. Lund also co-developed the Pratt Instituteís PSPD Applied Demography course for graduate planning students, she has been a guest lecturer in demographics and data collection for graduate courses at New York Universityís Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service and Princetonís Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. An active member of the American Planning Association (APA), she is also the past Vice President for Professional Development for the APA NY Metro Chapter.
Peter Furst, AICP, Senior Associate
Mr. Furst is an urban planner specializing in geospatial depiction of data and market analysis. Since 2011, he has contributed to comprehensive plans, real estate and industry market studies, population/student enrollment forecasts, redevelopment plans and school child impact studies throughout the New York metropolitan area, Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Dallas and Chicago.
Regina Armstrong
Now on contract as a consultant, Ms. Armstrong was a founding principal and chief economist of Urbanomics. In her 30 years leading the firm, she prepared long-term demographic and economic forecasts for the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and various state Departments of Transportation. Her expertise in socioeconomic forecasting and modeling has informed facilities plans, site-specific developments and transportation, land use and economic development plans in areas as diverse as New York City, Bridgeport, CT, and Hanoi, Vietnam.
Nancy Mantell
Director of Rutgers Economic Advisory Service (R/ECONô) at the Center for Urban Policy Research, has been a consultant to Urbanomics since 1985. Her work has included building economic models to forecast demographic and economic factors as well as providing fiscal analysis services.

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