Brett has a passion for seeing communities thrive through the development of multimodal transportation infrastructures that serve all users and support the holistic goals of the community. He has contributed to a variety of multimodal systems planning, corridor improvement, mobility planning, traffic operations, and safety work. He offers a broad range of experience, having managed tasks for the Florida DOT and multiple MPOs and transit agencies, providing unique abilities in transit, bike, and pedestrian coordination/planning; corridor studies; operational analyses; and public involvement strategies. He has been involved in multiple data collection efforts, deploying and analyzing data from Bluetooth technology, Transit Automatic Passenger Count (APC) and Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) systems; bike and pedestrian counts; traffic counts; travel time runs; and spot speed studies. Brett also has experience in using several transportation design and planning software packages in a variety of contexts, including GIS, MicroStation V8, AutoCAD, HCS, Synchro, and AutoTurn.