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July 28, 2021 -- Poster Presentations -- 12:40 - 1:25 pm EDT

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  • Improving Pedestrian Safety by Managing Urban Speeds through Traffic Signal Operations”, David Craft, P.E., PTOE, Transportation Engineer, Kimley-Horn, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Successes in Grade Crossing Safety Near Traffic Signals”, Samuel Bobko, P.E., PTOE, Senior Traffic Engineer, Mott MacDonald, Cleveland, Ohio and Alejandro Chock, EIT, Engineer, Mott MacDonald, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Road/Rail Crossing Reduction Study in Fairbanks and North Pole, Alaska”, Jessica Miranda, P.E., Project Engineer, Kinney Engineering, LLC, Anchorage, Alaska and Jeanne Bowie, P.E., Ph.D, PTOE, Senior Transportation Engineer, Kinney Engineering, LLC, Anchorage, Alaska
  • America's First Dynamic Left Turn Intersection (DLTi)”, Jeremy Chapman, Ph.D, P.E., PTOE, RSP1, FITE, South Carolina Traffic Operations State Lead / Senior Traffic Safety Engineer, Ramey Kemp Associates, Asheville, NC
  • Proposing the POP Intersection Design to Enhance Pedestrian Safety and Operations at Signalized Intersections”, Peter Yu, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
  • Accommodating Trucks at Roundabouts: What is a WB-67?”, Andrew Thompson, EIT, Urban Engineers, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Michael Mastaglio, P.E., PTOE, Deputy Practice Leader, Urban Engineers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 60,000 People, 12,800 Vehicles – Event Trip Generation in Las Vegas”, Devin Moore, P.E., PTOE, RSP2, Engineer, Kimley-Horn, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Software is Eating the World: A No Added Hardware, Connected Vehicle Data Driven Approach to Automating Signal Retiming”, Jatish Patel, CEO and Founder, Flow Labs, Oakland, California

Contributors

  • David Craft, P.E., PTOE, Transportation Engineer, Kimley-Horn, Atlanta, Georgia

    David Craft is a Transportation Engineer at Kimley-Horn in Atlanta, Georgia with experience in traffic operations and data analytics. Heavily involved in Georgia Department of Transportation’s Regional Traffic Operations Program, David focuses his efforts on the highly urbanized areas of Downtown and Midtown Atlanta. He has a passion for balancing operations for all modes and users, particularly in consideration for the safety and accessibility needs of pedestrians. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University and North Carolina State University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of Georgia and Louisiana and a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer.

  • Alejandro Chock, EIT, Engineer, Mott MacDonald, Cleveland, Ohio

    Alejandro Chock is a transportation EIT with Mott MacDonald and based in their Cleveland, Ohio office. Prior to joining Mott MacDonald, Alejandro worked with the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Program while attending The Ohio State University, obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2017. At Mott MacDonald, Alejandro works on a variety of projects, including safety studies and road safety audits, traffic signal design, corridor studies, and work on over 50 individual railroad preemption locations. His railroad preemption experience includes the design of railroad preemption plans, alternatives analysis, troubleshooting, and optimization of existing installations.

  • Samuel Bobko, P.E., PTOE, Senior Traffic Engineer, Mott MacDonald, Cleveland, Ohio

    Sam Bobko is a Professional Engineer and Professional Traffic Operations Engineer at Mott MacDonald. He has 16+ years of experience in planning, traffic, and transportation engineering. Sam graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife and their four children.

  • Jessica Miranda, P.E., Project Engineer, Kinney Engineering, LLC, Anchorage, Alaska

    Jessi Miranda is a project engineer with Kinney Engineering, LLC in Anchorage, Alaska. She received her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska, Anchorage in 2003. She was the program’s first graduate earning Honors in Civil Engineering.
    Jessi started her engineering career specializing in outdoor recreation design with Alaska State Parks. Here, she was first exposed to designing for Alaska’s unique challenges including pile design in seasonally frozen soils. After working her way from engineering intern to project manager with Alaska State Parks, she ventured on to highway design with Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. There, she had her hand in many projects by overseeing consultants and performing in-house design work. She then furthered her career by jumping into the oil and gas field where she led a pipeline lease compliance team with the Alaska State Pipeline Coordinator’s Office. With this position, she realized her engineering passion resided in highway design and traffic analysis. She desired to have a more immediate and meaningful impact in Alaskan’s lives. In 2015, she began working for Kinney Engineering, LLC, where she has assisted and led many studies and designs. Her research includes roadside safety and railroad crossing safety. She designed a solution for protecting the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System from errant fuel tanker trucks on the gravel-surfaced Dalton Highway. She has designed roadway upgrades at existing railroad crossings and led a number of railroad crossing diagnostic team studies in Alaska. From these, she developed an understanding of the railroad crossing standards and issues in Alaska, which were applied during the Fairbanks Road/Rail Realignment/Reduction Plan.
    When she is not doing engineering work, she enjoys running, biking with her three kids and husband, and sewing.

  • Jeanne Bowie, P.E., Ph.D, PTOE, Senior Transportation Engineer, Kinney Engineering, LLC, Anchorage, Alaska

    Jeanne Bowie is a transportation engineer with over 15 years of experience, working mostly in multimodal transportation safety and operational analysis. She began her first career with a bachelor of science degree in physics from the University of Maryland College Park, which she used to pursue a career in Research and Development at a manufacturing plant. Eventually, Jeanne went back to school and obtained a masters degree in civil engineering with an emphasis in transportation from Brigham Young University, worked for a few years in Florida doing transportation engineering, and went back to school one more time for a PhD in civil engineering from the University of Central Florida. She joined Kinney Engineering, LLC in Alaska in 2010 and currently leads the Traffic Analysis group for the company. She has been an active member in ITE throughout her engineering career, serving first in the leadership of the student chapters at both BYU and UCF and then on the board of the Central Florida Chapter before moving to Alaska in 2009. Jeanne was chosen as Anchorage Engineer of the Year for 2013. She is married and has 4 daughters.

  • Peter Yu, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

    Peter Yu is an undergraduate student and a member of the UW STAR Lab at the University of
    Washington in Seattle. Originally from Pullman, WA, he is passionate about transportation
    engineering and is interested in the areas of highway design, alternative intersections and
    interchanges, traffic operations and simulation, and traffic signal control. Peter earned first
    place nationally in the 2016 ASCE West Point Bridge Design Contest, and has also given
    multiple conference presentations at international ITE, TRB, and ASCE meetings. He is a
    student member of ITE, TRB, ASCE, and IEEE.

  • Devin Moore, P.E., PTOE, RSP2, Engineer, Kimley-Horn, Las Vegas, Nevada

    Devin Moore, P.E., PTOE, RSP2BI is most proud of his successful first dozen years of marriage (just getting started!) and his four beautiful children (ages 4, 6, 8, and 10). He is also a transportation engineer at Kimley-Horn in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Vice President of the Mountain District and Past President of the Intermountain Section. A Bachelor of Science graduate of Brigham Young University and Master of Science graduate from Texas A&M University, Devin is completing a PhD from the University of Nevada Reno (hopefully this year!).
    Devin has over 10 years of multimodal transportation safety, planning, and traffic operations experience. He is proficient in GIS, AutoCAD, microsimulation, and current HCM analysis methodologies for transit, bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicle traffic. Devin has conducted hundreds of traffic impact analyses, pedestrian analyses, mobility studies, and roundabout and corridor analyses, as well as analyzed level of service (LOS) and capacity at over 1,000 intersections. He also has widespread experience in conducting large-scale data inventory, analyzing collision data, identifying safety issues on roadway networks, and prioritizing systemic low-cost safety countermeasures. Devin is also one of the nation’s only certified Road Safety Professionals in both the behavioral and infrastructure aspects of transportation safety.

  • Jatish Patel, CEO and Founder, Flow Labs, Oakland, California

    Jatish Patel is the Founder and CEO of Flow Labs, an artificial intelligence software company building the world's first autonomous traffic management platform. Jatish has over a decade of experience in advancing cutting edge transportation technologies globally as an Investor in the sector with Fidelity Investments and previously co-founding Alchera Technologies, a European leader in transportation data applications. Jatish is an expert and thought leader in Artificial Intelligence for traffic management applications.

  • Jeremy Chapman, Ph.D, P.E., PTOE, RSP1, FITE, South Carolina Traffic Operations State Lead / Senior Traffic Safety Engineer, Ramey Kemp Associates, Asheville, NC

    A graduate of Marquette University, the University of Illinois, and the University of Wisconsin, Dr. Jeremy Chapman has worked in the traffic safety and transportation field as a consultant, expert witness, researcher, and university faculty member for the past 20+ years. He is certified as a professional traffic operations engineer and road safety professional. He is also the national chair for the ITE Ethics standing committee and member of the ITE national coordinating council. After he and his wife moved their family to Asheville, North Carolina in late 2019, he joined Ramey Kemp Associates where he is currently the South Carolina Traffic Operations State Lead. As a consulting engineer, Dr. Chapman focuses on sustainable safety and human factors as they relate to traffic operations and forensic engineering.

  • Andrew Thompson, EIT, Urban Engineers, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Andrew Thompson is a multimodal engineer for Urban Engineers delivering projects with a focus on various users and innovative design. For the past eight years, Andrew has designed, reviewed, and delivered over 100 innovative intersection and interchange design including roundabouts. He most recently presented about trucks and roundabouts for a TRB Webinar in April 2021.

July 28, 2021
Wed 12:40 PM EDT

Duration 0H 45M

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