Principal Planner (He/Him)
Jamie brings 12 years of experience, including nine years as a transportation planner for the District of Columbia’s Department of Transportation (DDOT). He offers exceptional technical and project management experience in transportation planning, and has led the planning and environmental processes for major transit improvements as well as research and mobility mapping efforts. Jamie has advanced infrastructure projects and research by connecting with stakeholders at the federal, state, and local levels—including elected officials—using robust technical analysis to generate consensus. Jamie has also advanced major planning efforts such as land development projects, streetcar extensions, interstate modifications, and urban roadway capacity adjustments. He provided leadership to the award-winning District Mobility tool, which vividly displays a combination of multimodal transportation performance metrics across the District of Columbia. In addition, he is a national leader in urban trip generation research, developing a tool that projects person trip generation for the District of Columbia. When not in the office, Jamie enjoys chasing his three children between events, family meals, laughing with friends, and trying new beer and coffee with his wife.
Continuing DC’s Bike Network Across the National Mall
Designing Strategies to Integrate New and Shared Mobility Services into Local Communities
Taking a Holistic Approach to Safer Streets in Boston
Measuring Traffic Calming Success in the City by the Bay
A Look at Parking Policies in Transportation Development Reviews