A planner and engineer with more than 20 years of experience, Jeffrey is an expert in climate change, economics, freight transportation, travel demand management, performance measures, technology assessment, and land use. He frequently leads multidisciplinary teams to support government agencies with strategy and planning to address emerging issues.
Previously, Jeffrey served as principal investigator in six studies for the National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board. He also led over 100 consulting projects covering all transportation modes. Much of Jeff’s work involves developing innovative techniques for reducing vehicle travel and emissions through land-use planning, demand management, advanced technologies, and public-private partnerships. He oversees the creation of plans, guidance manuals, and calculator tools for federal and state agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, local governments, and the private sector.
Jeff holds master’s degrees in city planning and transportation engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. He is a certified instructor for the National Highway Institute, a certified Project Management Professional, and a Transportation Research Board’s Urban Freight Committee member.
M.A., City Planning and Transportation, University of California, Berkeley
Certified instructor for the National Highway Institute
P.M.P., Project Management Institute