Sponsor of the Georgia State University Rowing Club.


Urban communities are constantly changing and require innovative thinking. ​​​​RSI seeks to establish tools and model development as well as trail blazing planning. Many local governments, non-profit organizations and private development across metro Atlanta and Georgia have received support through the programs and projects undertaken or led by Dan Reuter during the past 30 years.

Dan has served on the American Planning Association (APA) Legislative and Policy Committee for 15 years. Dan coauthored and supported updates to the Surface Transportation Policy Guide in 2019 and Climate Change Policy Guide in 2020. He has worked to produce these updates as well as numerous other roles with APA including Chair of the Regional Planning Division.

Dan has undertaken pro-bono planning support for many organizations including the Peachtree Gateway Partnership (PGP) and state associations including the Georgia Chapter of APA. 

Dan's expertise includes:

  • Transportation planning, infrastructure finance, transportation project grants and planning
  • Public-private partnerships and innovative project funding models
  • Creative placemaking and New Urbanism based planning solutions
  • Public policy issues including zoning codes, housing models, TOD, parks, sustainability
  • Market analysis and related research
  • Community planning/visioning and regional planning
  • Public relations, lobbying, marketing and community engagement
  • Entitlements, zoning applications, variances, subdivisions, building codes
  • Government relations, code development, legal issues and regulatory compliance

He has worked in transportation planning, economic development, zoning, and community development in numerous Georgia communities. In January 2017, Dan launched Reuter Strategy Inc., to better leverage his substantial knowledge of metro Atlanta real estate development, planning, and government to support public and private sector clients.