Pamela Lapaugh is an avid walker; more specifically, she calls herself a “Multimodal Pedestrian.” Pamela is the Staff Assistant at the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) where she has worked for 25 years. CUTR has provided her much inspiration for trying different travel modes. Working for CUTR has provided her much inspiration for trying different travel modes. “Boy, do I know a lot about transit!” she said. Pamela has spent time on USF’s Bull Runner campus bus and has regularly taken HART buses. In addition to walking and transit, she has also carpooled, and is now working up to trying bicycling. When asked why she feels being multimodal is important, she had this to say: “I want to express the importance of having safe crosswalks, bike lanes, etc. [People] need to get to work, doctor appointments, and the stores.” Pamela wants to shake off old stereotypes and promote that being a “Multimodal Pedestrian” means being a productive, environmentally conscious, and fiscally savvy commuter.