Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellow

Bryant Heng is a Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellow studying how Lancaster City can make transportation better.

My name is Bryant Heng, I am a Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellow at the City of Lancaster in Pennsylvania. I am a Singapore born Dutchman and together with my wife Zipporah and our puppy Icecream we live in Lancaster County. Lancaster has much to offer such as idyllic landscapes. Furthermore, it is rich of history and traditions. As newcomers we had to find our way and learn how to move around.

In this series I would like to show you how to get around by bus, by bike, by train and other options for you to explore this beautiful place. I am also curious to explore and hear what Lancastrians have to say and I look forward to share my findings with you. So stay tuned to Lancaster on the Move and see you soon!

Recent Posts

13Jun

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visits Lancaster City

US Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited the City of Lancaster on Wednesday 5th of June 2024. Through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law the.. Read More →
29May

VIDEO: Biking in Lancaster City

May is National Bike Month and Mayor’s Neighborhood Month in Lancaster City. Bryant Heng asked residents if they feel safe riding their bikes.. Read More →
21May

Finding My Way: Navigating Transportation in Lancaster After Cambridge

By Bryant Heng Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellow, City of Lancaster In the summer of 2022, I came to the United States and.. Read More →
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About the Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellowship

The competitive Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellowship matches emerging leaders with cities and is made available at no cost to the city through the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.

Established by Bloomberg Philanthropies, Harvard Kennedy School, and Harvard Business School, the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative equips mayors and senior city leaders with the tools and expertise to expand their problem-solving capacity, strengthen their city halls, and improve outcomes for residents.

The fellowship program places Harvard master’s or professional degree graduates into leadership positions in city halls, where they apply their skills to create lasting change by presenting key recommendations and helping build capabilities in city government.