Dan Marriott is Principal and founder of Paul Daniel Marriott + Associates, a historic and scenic road preservation planning office located in Washington, DC. Prior to establishing the firm, Dan was the Director of the Rural Heritage / Historic Roads Program at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He is the author of Saving Historic Roads (Wiley and Sons, 1998) and Milestones to Mile-Markers (Federal Highway Administration, 2004). He was awarded a prestigious Fitch Foundation fellowship for historic preservation in 2009. Dan holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Landscape Architecture from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Regional Planning from Cornell University. He is currently completing his PhD in landscape architecture at the University of Edinburgh. He is a member of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and is considered a leading expert in the field of historic roads. Dan has been working in New Mexico for nearly twenty years. He consulted with the New Mexico State Historic Preservation Officer and Department of Transportation and the National Park Service regarding cultural landscapes and historic roads in the state.