Kristine M. Williams, AICP, is Program Director of Planning and Corridor Management at the USF Center for Urban Transportation Research with more than 20 years of experience in advancing the state of the practice in access management in the U.S. and abroad. Ms. Williams co-authored the first national Access Management Manual (TRB 2003) and is Principal Investigator for NCHRP Project 15-43: Second Edition of the TRB Access Management Manual. She has also helped numerous state, regional and local government agencies develop access management plans and policies and conducted five national studies for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program on various aspects of access management. As a Fulbright Senior Specialist in 2008, she collaborated with faculty and graduate students at the Asia Institute of Technology and introduced access management to the Thailand Highway Department. She was also an invited keynote speaker and access management workshop instructor at the Southern African Transport Conference in Pretoria, South Africa (2011) and the First International Access Management Conference in Athens, Greece (2010). In 2005, she conducted a graduate student seminar on access management at the Beijing University of Technology. Ms. Williams has a Master of Urban Planning degree from Michigan State University and served as Chair of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Access Management Committee (AHB70) from 2007 to 2013. She is an Adjunct Instructor in the USF College of Engineering and the USF Urban Planning Program.