Residing in San Francisco, Thaddeus Wozniak lives the multimodal lifestyle. A daily commuter via walking, biking, transit, or a combination of the above, Thaddeus believes that urban transportation planning and design needs to be done at the user level, analyzing how infrastructure currently operates and how the proposed design will function for users of each mode. To bring this understanding of the corridor to the project, Thaddeus experiences corridors through the lens of each mode: as a pedestrian, a person who bikes, a transit user, and a driver. Thaddeus’s goal is to bring his experience into the planning and design of multimodal corridors by developing transit and multimodal solutions that address the challenges of the urban corridor, spanning from planning studies and conceptual engineering through final design and construction support services.
Thaddeus has extensive experience with Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) design, beginning as a project engineer when he laid out what was to become the locally preferred alternative for BRT on Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco, CA. Since them, Thaddeus has been involved in BRT projects on multiple corridors, each one with different demands and constraints, and as a result, different solutions. This wide range of projects, in various phases, corridor types, and BRT configurations, provides Thaddeus with a depth of experience upon which to draw when developing customized solutions for each corridor.