Ken has nearly 50 years of experience in conducting traffic safety studies, roadway operation analysis, traffic calming, and neighborhood street system design. He has led numerous focus group sessions to build consensus and to develop a context-sensitive design approach to projects. One of his most challenging projects was building consensus for improvements along the East Washington Avenue Corridor in Madison.
Ken teaches a course on environmental impacts of transportation systems at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; he has also taught a traffic control course at UW-Milwaukee and intersection design and traffic impacts of land development courses for the University of Wisconsin Engineering Extension. Ken's experience on large, complex corridor management projects ranging from capacity improvements to ITS applications, along with his common-sense approach to traffic management, provides insight into solving clients' traffic problems. His public involvement skills make a real difference in how projects are received.
Ken's areas of expertise include the following:
- Traffic safety studies/audits
- Roadway operation analysis
- Traffic calming
- Neighborhood street system design
- Safe Routes to Schools and school safety studies