Bill leads RSG’s Transportation Analysis work group which focuses on collecting data, developing analysis tools, and applying these analytical methods to help transportation agencies plan their future.
Before joining RSG in 2011, Bill had over 30 years of consulting experience in the areas of travel demand forecasting, ridership forecasting, and transportation planning. His project experience includes planning of fixed guideway transit New Starts projects with a particular emphasis on transit ridership forecasting, alternatives analysis, and system analysis. He has consulted with many of the largest transit agencies in the United States including those in New York, Newark, Washington, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Jose. He has worked with the Federal Transit Administration and Federal Highway Administration and state DOTs in New York, Virginia, and Maine.
Bill lives in the Washington, DC area and spends his free time hiking, cycling, and relaxing on the Delaware shore.