Bob blends a problem-solving approach honed in the field of design engineering with his perspective on public engagement gained as a volunteer director of a Reconnect Rochester, a nonprofit transportation advocacy organization. His propensity for analysis allows him to strengthen recommendations with effective data presentation. Bob is attentive to all aspects of sustainability—environmental, economic, and social.
Bob supports the firm’s expertise in the areas of multimodal transportation planning, transportation demand management, and advanced analyses including greenhouse gas emissions quantification, carbon footprint calculation, and demand forecasts for both parking supplies and transit ridership. His propensity for analysis allows him to strengthen recommendations with effective data presentation.
Bob has become a firm-wide leader on parking demand model and greenhouse gas emission model development. He has emerged as an integral member of recent comprehensive planning efforts in Rochester, New York, large parking studies in Poughkeepsie, New York and Durham North Carolina, and a regional transit system design and development project in Jefferson County, New York.