Brett Boncore has participated in a variety of transportation engineering and planning projects during his studies at the University of Florida (UF) and while working for multiple private consulting firms in different parts of the US. Brett has contributed to a variety of transit planning, corridor improvement, geometric design, traffic operations, and site planning work. He offers a broad range of experience and unique abilities in transportation planning, functional design, operational analyses, and transportation design. He has had the opportunity to be involved in multiple corridor data collection efforts deploying and analyzing data from Bluetooth MAC address technology, Transit Automative Passenger Count (APC), traffic counts, travel time runs, and spot speed studies. Brett has experience using several transportation design and planning software packages in a variety of contexts, including GIS, MicroStation V8, AutoCAD, HCS, Synchro, and AutoTurn.