ICF's thousands of practitioners worldwide offer the breadth of an international consultancy with the focus of recognized transportation specialists. Multidisciplinary teams combine deep industry knowledge in policy and asset analysis, program implementation and evaluation, and the role of emerging technologies with specialists in finance, IT, strategic communications, and risk management.
ICF solves traditional transportation challenges with proven tools and approaches, while pushing the envelope to deliver cutting-edge solutions for emerging challenges. We run the largest transportation demand management program in the United States – improving mobility and travel choices for millions of daily commuters in the New York City region.
For clients nationwide, we address demands for national goods movement through policy analysis and environmental review. We demonstrate how connected vehicle technologies can make rural highways safer for truckers and how smart infrastructure can holistically integrate transportation and land use for multi-modal transportation networks that support efficient development. And we are well-positioned for an active role in the future of aviation and space commerce.
ICF has a long history of working with government agencies to jointly tackle complex transportation challenges and make the most of limited resources. Our solutions promote sustainable travel and goods movement, improve safety, reduce emissions, optimize existing systems, and empower users with real-time information to make informed choices.
ICF provides strategic policy and technology analysis, program development and implementation, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), and strategic communications services.
ICF helps transportation agencies and private-sector companies embrace sustainability as a response to climate change and as a framework for environmentally, socially, and economically sound decisions.
ICF develops transportation demand management solutions that help reduce travel time and congestion, improve air quality, generate cost savings, and support community livability and public health objectives.
ICF uses its understanding of environmental impacts to help transportation decision-makers comply with environmental regulations and be effective stewards of natural and human environments.
ICF helps federal, state, and local governments and the private sector improve the efficiency of freight systems and advance freight policy and planning to support economic growth and environmental sustainability.
ICF supports infrastructure development projects in all transportation modes—highways, transit, rail, and maritime—to help clients navigate environmental requirements, minimize safety and security risk, and deliver higher returns on investment.
ICF helps clients ensure that transportation supports quality of life by bringing people and organizations together and providing tools to support effective decision-making.
ICF helps cities, counties, and regional planning agencies incorporate land use, livability, and the key pillars of sustainability—the environment, the economy, and social equity—into transportation planning.
Through teams of economists, regulatory experts, policy analysts, and specialists in all modes of transportation, ICF delivers multidisciplinary expertise and objective guidance to clients in the growing area of maritime transportation and logistics.
Philip Sheehy joined ICF in 2010. His work focuses on the regulatory, technical, and economic drivers for conventional and alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies. Dr. Sheehy has conducted technical assessments of fuels and vehicles, infrastructure assessments, and environmental impact analyses, with a focus on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and criteria air pollutants.
Deepak Gopalakrishna is a transportation engineer specializing in intelligent transportation systems. Through the use of technology and targeted operational improvements, Mr. Gopalakrishna helps State and local agencies gain efficiencies on their transportation networks. He is also an adjunct faculty at George Washington University, where he teaches a class on transportation systems.
Jeffrey Ang-Olson is a transportation planner and engineer with 20 years of experience in climate change, air quality, economics, freight transportation, travel demand management, performance measures, and land use. His work focuses on development and evaluation of approaches to improve multi-modal accessibility and reduce environmental impacts from the transport sector.
Michael Grant has over 20 years of experience in transportation planning, policy, economics, and environmental analysis. His work focuses on advancing sustainable transportation decision making, including performance-based planning and programming, planning for operations, travel demand management, and other strategies to enhance mobility, improve air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and support community livability.