Coming Soon at the
TRB Annual Meeting 2018

CAREERS THAT DIRECTLY IMPROVE COMMUNITIES

What's it like to work at Fehr & Peers?

Our teams enjoy friendly, flexible, “small company” office environments and the support of a well-established, industry leading, mid-sized firm. We have offices in California, Colorado, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Washington DC. We take pride in being an industry leader for the professional growth and development of our staff. Through a partnership with supervisors and companywide leaders, each employee can map out his or her own goals and take advantage of the variety of resources offered to accelerate their career growth. Our robust, internally-funded research and development program enables us to develop new analytical methods and advance the state-of-the practice. We are very proud of the impact our commitment has had on the communities we have been fortunate to serve.

Contribute to the expansion of mobility in your City and watch your projects come to life.

Advance as far as your capabilities will let you. You will be provided with the flexibility and support needed to succeed.

Gather input from the community to hear what transportation changes are important to them.

Build and foster relationships with clients in your region.

Literally walk people through your project site and describe the changes they’ll experience.

Partner with staff in your office and throughout the company to improve communities.

Be surrounded by people who you genuinely enjoy and make working together fun.

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Apply now.

We’re scheduling interviews with selected students during the TRB Annual Meeting to talk about our career opportunities. Interested? Click the links to the right to apply.

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Apply now.

We’re scheduling interviews with selected students during the TRB Annual Meeting to talk about our career opportunities. Interested? Click the links below to apply.

Come see us.

What’s it like to work at Fehr & Peers?
Come see us at the Careers in Motion Networking Fair to find out on January 7 from 10:00am-2:00pm.

Catch a ride on us.

Need a ride from the airport to your hotel? What about getting to/from places where we can connect? We’re sponsoring Uber and Lyft rides to help get you where you need to be. Follow us at @FehrAndPeers to get the code to book your ride on us!

SHARING OUR INSIGHTS IN THE FOLLOWING SESSIONS…

Sunday, January 7

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Curbed Enthusiasm: Multimodal Planning, Operations, Enforcement, and Design to Optimize Curb Resources

9:00am-12:00pm
Workshop 138
*Click here to see the workshop flyer.
Presiding: Meghan Mitman

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Collaboration and Partnership to Advance Equity in the Built Environment

1:30-4:30pm
Workshop 149, Session 2a: Mind the Gap: Can Inclusive Cities Bridge Social Equity Disparities?
*Click here to see the workshop flyer.
Presenting: Jesse Cohn

Monday, January 8

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Applying Innovative Performance Metrics for Corridor Evaluation

1:30-3:15pm
Lectern Session 334: You Measure What? A Look at the Next Generation of Performance Measures
Presenting: Maria Vyas & Ron Milam

Analyzing the Effectiveness of Congestion Pricing and Managed Lanes

1:30-3:15pm
Poster Session 279
Presiding: Don Samdahl

Cycling Infrastructure and Operations

1:30-3:15pm
Poster Session 395
Presiding: Matthew Ridgway

An Implementation-Ready Approach for Multiple-Van Multi-Criteria Dynamic Demand Rebalancing at Bike-share Stations

1:30-3:15pm
Poster Session 386: Advancing Modeling, Recognition, and Classification Methods in Transportation Applications
Presenting: Gabriel (Jiangbo) Yu

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A Method for Evaluating the Effects of New Infrastructure on Bike-Bus Interactions

3:45-5:30pm
Lectern Session 399: Emerging Policies in City Transportation
Presenting: Jeremiah LaRose & Andy Kosinski; Co-author: Mike Samuelson (not present)

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Let's Discuss Arterials, Public Health, and Metrics

3:45-5:30pm
Lectern Session 410
Presenting: Matthew Ridgway

Tuesday, January 9

Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, Part 2

10:15am-12:00pm
Poster Session 573
Presenting: Dave Stanek & Ron Milam

Trip and Parking Generation Study of Orenco Station TOD, Portland Region

1:30-3:15pm
Poster Session 655: Public Transportation – Developing Future Transit
Co-author: Preston Stinger (not present)

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Operations and Safety of Separated Bicycle Facilities at Single Lane Roundabouts

3:45-5:30pm
Lectern Session 693: Highlights from the 5th Annual International Conference on Roundabouts in Greenbay, Wisconsin
Presenting: Dave Stanek

Wednesday, January 10

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Multimodal Pricing Implementation

10:15am-12:00pm
ABE25(3), Joint Subcommittee of ABE25, AHB35
Presiding: Don Samdahl

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Designing a Transit-Feeder System Using Multiple Sustainable Modes: P2P Ridesharing, Bike Sharing, and Walking

2:30-4:00pm
Lectern Session 850: Transit, Transportation Network Companies, and Taxis: Coexisting, Cooperating, and Competing
Presenting: Gabriel (Jiangbo) Yu

MEET OUR PRESENTERS

Andy Kosinski

Andy Kosinski

Senior Transportation Planner

Dave Stanek

Dave Stanek

Senior Operations Practice Leader

Don Samdahl

Don Samdahl

Principal

Gabriel Yu

Gabriel Yu

Transportation Engineer

Jeremiah LaRose

Jeremiah LaRose

Transportation Planner

Jesse Cohn

Jesse Cohn

Transportation Planner/Engineer

Maria Vyas

Maria Vyas

Senior Associate

Matthew Ridgway

Matthew Ridgway

President, Fehr & Peers DC

Meghan Mitman

Meghan Mitman

Principal

Ron Milam

Ron Milam

Director of Evolving the Status Quo

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