- Master of City Planning, UC Berkeley
- Master of Architecture, UC Berkeley
- B.A. Architecture, Columbia University
Tim Rood is an architect, planner and urban designer with over 20 years experience planning, designing and implementing walkable, mixed-use and transit oriented development in the Bay Area and across the United States. Tim is currently Principal City Designer for the City of San Jose, where his work focuses on regional rail extensions and development planning around rail stations, as well as providing interdepartmental leadership on design issues across San José’s proposed urban villages and other growth areas. He was previously a partner at Community Design + Architecture and a principal at Calthorpe Associates.
- Courses Taught
- CYPLAN 216 Active Transportation
- CYPLAN 116 The Urban Planning Process
- Selected Publications
Cervero, Robert, Timothy Rood and Bruce Appleyard, 1999. “Job accessibility as a performance indicator : an analysis of trends and their social policy implications in the San Francisco Bay Area.” IURD Working Paper no. 692. UCTC working paper no. 366.