Fehr & Peers Orlando. Coming in 2019!
Bringing innovation, creativity and a fresh perspective to the communities of Central Florida to help solve the increasingly complex mobility challenges of the region.
Kathrin Tellez, AICP
Principal, Office Leader
Kathrin, AICP, PTP, has twenty years of experience in numerous facets of transportation planning and engineering, including impact assessments, integrated transportation/land use plans, multimodal transportation impact fees, transportation demand management, transit planning, bicycle and pedestrian plans, and parking studies. Her work often involves helping clients consider the potential effects of disruptive mobility trends in their communities. Most recently she has been helping public and private sector clients plan for an autonomous vehicle future through scenario planning, future-proofing assessments, flexible performance metrics, and curbspace management strategies. Kathrin has also led the development of customized quick-response tools to help public agencies evaluate land development projects and identify context-sensitive transportation demand management strategies to minimize VMT growth.
Fred Choa, PE
Principal, Senior Market Leader
Fred, P.E., has almost 25 years of experience in a wide range of multimodal transportation planning and traffic engineering, including new or modified interchange access projects, travel demand forecasting, signal system optimization, large scale mixed-use development planning, transit operations (BRT, Streetcar and Commuter Rail), and urban complete street projects. In addition to working closely with both public and private sector clients, Fred has been adjunct professor for over 15 years for U.C. Berkeley’s Institute of Transportation Studies Tech Transfer Program where he gives back to the transportation profession by teaching multimodal operations analysis using SYNCHRO and SimTraffic.
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Where Can You Find Us?
37 North Orange Avenue, Suite 500
Orlando, Florida 32801