Yige Tang (Eagle) is an associate at The Goodman Corporation. She is a researcher and supports the TGC team to complete short- and long-range transportation and infrastructure plans for clients. She is very skilled analyst, using ArcMap to gather/generate data and then communicate conclusions in a visually intuitive way. Eagle is also visual designer, experienced in illustrating urban forms through plan view and 3D imagery for public facilities, roads, hike-and-bike trails, and sidewalks. Her abilities to visually capture a project’s story and convey its benefits is important in the area of performance-based planning.
Ms. Tang holds a Bachelor of Resource Environment and Managing of Urban and Rural Planning and Master of Urban Planning. At TGC, she is a subject matter expert in benefit/cost analyses for mobility projects; her work quantifies a broad range of societal impacts, depending on the project: reduced vehicle emissions, transit ridership, and vehicular level of service, replace or repair, safety impacts, access, congestion, livability, and economic development.
Eagle enjoys exploring museums, attending Houston Rockets basketball games and eating the occasional sweet treat.
Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Texas A&M University, 2017
Bachelor of Resource Environment and the Management of Urban and Rural Planning, Hunan Normal University, China, 2015
Transportation Planning Certification – Texas A&M University
Member of American Planning Association (Texas Chapter)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Cost Benefit Analysis