Nick is a certified road safety professional and has a diverse background in transportation planning and engineering. His experience includes MPO metropolitan transportation plans, corridor studies, non-motorized transportation plans, traffic impact analyses, safety analyses and plans, microsimulation analyses, road safety audits, and spatial analyses using geographic information systems (GIS) software. Nick works with a range of agencies, including State DOTs, metropolitan planning organizations, highway districts, and local government agencies. His project experience includes work in large metropolitan areas, as well as small rural towns. Nick is an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, American Planning Association, and Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals, having presented at several of their conferences and webinars and volunteered for local chapter projects.
Reducing Stress for Walkers and Bikers in Klamath Falls
Using Performance-Based Design to Plan for the Future
Developing a Safety Culture in Clackamas County
Filling in Missing Links to Create Safer Communities
Protected Bike Lane Fosters Community Health
The Protected Bike Lane That's Revitalizing a Community