Jim brings over a decade’s worth of experience focused on providing context-sensitive solutions to transportation and parking issues. He excels at working through the intricacies of demand management and its impact on functional parking and transportation policy, planning, and design. His expertise ranges from planning commuter strategies to developing transportation solutions in urban, suburban, and rural settings across the country. He has a strong interest in the intersection of planning, demand, policy, and design to improve the quality of life for everyone.
Jim’s previous experience includes reducing parking and vehicular needs of projects throughout the country. He also has managed commuter programs for a suburban Atlanta local government and promoted transportation alternatives for commuters in metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia.