Pete Jenior

Associate Engineer

Pete Jenior

Pete is a traffic engineer with ten years of experience. He performs road safety studies, retimes traffic signals, designs roundabouts and alternative intersections, and leads research projects. Pete has also served as a lead researcher for NCHRP projects related to ramp and interchange spacing (Report 687) and the evaluation of roundabout corridors (Report 772), and developed four alternative intersection guidebooks for FHWA. Recently he was the lead author of FHWA’s Part-time Shoulder Use Guidebook. He is a member of TRB’s Geometric Design Committee and routinely teaches short courses on traffic engineering topics.

Outside of work, Pete has taken on the challenge to climb to the highest point in each state within the US.  So far, he has been to the highest point of 40 states!

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