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Tony Bedogne

Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning

Tony Bedogne is a lecturer in urban and regional planning at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. He is also the senior GIS application developer for the City of Ann Arbor's Information Technology Department. He has experience in geospatial planning technologies, compiling datasets, mobile GIS and GPS, hydrologic terrain modeling, database design, survey descriptions, and presentation mapping. He works with public officials to improve the efficiency of the decision-making process by visualizing scenarios. Bedogne also serves as a City of Ypsilanti (Michigan) planning commissioner, where his interests include the fair application of policy and improving the city’s non-motorized transportation network. 

Bedogne received a Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning from Eastern Michigan University.


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