DNM Lauren Craik
Lauren Craik is a dual Master in City Planning and Master of Science in Transportation student. Her current research focuses on empirically evaluating the equity of congestion pricing schemes and how social equity criteria can be incorporated into formal transportation planning. Lauren has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Queen’s University and continues to be interested in applying economic theories and methods to the urban space. Outside of the lab, Lauren is on the executive committee of Graduate Women at MIT, plans events for the Transportation Student Group, and can be found reading, finding new restaurants and biking about the city.