Since he began his multimodal transportation consulting career in the early 1980s, Bill’s work has covered a broad range of transportation topics for clients throughout the U.S. He’s passionate about helping people travel independently and seamlessly, particularly people whose travel options don’t include driving.
Bill is an expert in Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance and in active transportation. He managed and edited the Federal Transit Administration’s ADA Circular, a widely used and popular technical guidance document for the transit community. He is a strong advocate for helping people plan for their driving retirement.
Bill’s active transportation experience includes leading the Massachusetts Statewide Bicycle Plan, helping to implement the Bay State Greenway bicycle network in the Pioneer Valley, and leading the plan for MassDOT’s Safe Routes to School infrastructure program. In addition, he has completed parking plans and transportation corridor studies and helped permit development projects, including large office buildings, hospitals, and ski resorts.