Fehr & Peers at the
TRB Annual Meeting 2019

Why choose a career at Fehr & Peers?

Our mission is to empower every employee to develop effective and innovative transportation solutions that improve communities.

Our career development difference.

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 managers and companywide leaders, each employee can map out his or her own career 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 to excellence and innovation has had on the communities we have been fortunate to serve. 

Contribute to the expansion of mobility in your community and beyond, 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.

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

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

Serve as a trusted advisor, building and fostering relationships with clients and communities in your region. 

Collaborate with staff in your office and throughout the company to advance our knowledge and expertise in various technical areas. 

Enhance our clients’ understanding of how changes in technology, demographics, and socioeconomics may affect their transportation planning decisions.  

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.

*Explore additional career opportunities here.

Come see us.

Come find us at the Careers in Motion Networking Fair at Table #B310 to learn all about our career opportunities on January 13, 10am-2pm

What would your first year look like? When would you start managing projects? What types of projects would you work on? We look forward to chatting about all these questions and more!

Hear our latest insights on industry trends.

We look forward to sharing our knowledge. Take a look at our upcoming sessions below and join us in DC.

Sunday, January 13

Uncontrolled Crosswalks: What's New, What's Needed

1:30-4:30pm (Workshop 1084)
Presiding: Meghan Mitman

Panel Presentation: ITE’s State of the Practice Compilation: Crosswalk Policies and Selection Tools
Presenting: Ryan McClain

Monday, January 14

Evaluating OpenStreetMap's Performance for Level of Traffic Stress Analysis

10:15am-12:00pm (Poster Session 1218)
Presenting: David Wasserman & Alex Rixey 
Co-authors: Elynor Zhou, Drew Levitt, Matt Benjamin 

Tuesday, January 15

An Evolutionary Change to Transportation Impact Analysis

8:00-9:45am (Poster Session 1430)
Presenting: Ron Milam & Kwasi Donkor

A Data Driven Approach to Understanding and Planning for Curb Space Utility

8:00-9:45am (Poster Session 1442)
Presenting: Eric Womeldorff
Co-authors: Geoff Rubendall, Ingrid Ballus Armet

A Procedure to Estimate the Effect of Autonomous Vehicles on Freeway Capacity

10:15am-12:00pm (Poster Session 1498)
Presenting: David Stanek

Examining the Equity Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles - A Travel Demand Model Approach

1:30-3:15pm (Lectern Session 1513)
Presenting: Jesse Cohn
Co-authors: Kwasi Donkor, Matthew Ridgway, Melissa Balding

An Open Source Tool for Aiding the Minimization of Carbon Footprint of Transit Agencies

1:30-3:15pm (Poster Session 1570)
Presenting: Adrita Islam

Meet our presenters.

Meghan Mitman, AICP

Meghan Mitman, AICP

Principal

Ryan McClain, PE

Ryan McClain, PE

Principal

David Wasserman, AICP

David Wasserman, AICP

Transportation Planner/Data Scientist

Alex Rixey, AICP

Alex Rixey, AICP

Associate

Don Samdahl, PE, PTP

Don Samdahl, PE, PTP

Principal

Ron Milam, AICP, PTP

Ron Milam, AICP, PTP

Director of Evolving the Status Quo

Kwasi Donkor, PTP

Kwasi Donkor, PTP

Associate

Eric Womeldorff, PE

Eric Womeldorff, PE

Principal

David Stanek, PE

David Stanek, PE

Associate

Jesse Cohn, AICP

Jesse Cohn, AICP

Senior Transportation Planner

Adrita Islam

Adrita Islam

Transportation Engineer/Planner

Sogand Karbalaieali, PhD

Sogand Karbalaieali, PhD

Transportation Engineer

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