The Greenway Collaborative, Inc. is a small consulting firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Since 1993 the company has focused on greenway, trail, open space and non-motorized transportation planning. The Greenway Collaborative, Inc. is known for crafting innovative approaches that incorporate engaging public input and integrate current best practices. The firm has a passion for its work and builds strong partnerships with its clients.

Meet the Team

We are a team of dedicated professionals, passionate about what we do, designing each project with the underlying goal of creating healthy, active and sustainable communities.

Norman Cox, PLA, ASLA


Norm is a licensed landscape architect and founded The Greenway Collaborative, Inc. in 1993. Since that time his career has focused on planning pedestrian and bicycle networks, designing non-motorized facilities and strategically promoting active transportation. His work integrates best practices for safe travel, placemaking and sustainable design elements to help communities transform their streets into vital public spaces and functional multi-modal transportation corridors. Norm is recognized as both a pioneer and a knowledge leader and is a sought after speaker who has presented at numerous state, regional and national conferences.

Carolyn Prudhomme, ASLA

Non-motorized Transportaiton Planner

Carolyn has worked as a non-motorized transportation planner with the Greenway Collaborative since 2008. During her time at the Greenway Collaborative she has been essential in the development of comprehensive non-motorized transportation plans, complete streets plans, bicycle and pedestrian maps, grant application assistance, trail marketing and branding strategies and ADA evaluation and assessment tools. She has worked on projects throughout Michigan and Ohio and specializes in GIS modeling and mapping as well as public engagement and product production.

Ian Cox

Digital Mapping

Ian joined The Greenway Collaborative in 2015 as a summer intern and currently works part time while he is in school. He has been instrumental in creating a regional trail database for western Michigan and on-road bicycle facility database for Grand Rapids.