if needed, will be available to the MGA/DPZ Team. This includes assess- ing the travel and environmental implications of all modes of transpor- tation, as well as evaluating the effect of all available transportation systems management (TSM) and travel demand management (TDM)
In addition to its Rail Transportation Planning experience, PB also brings extensive infrastructure experience specific to the Mercer County area, including Route 1 Regional Smart Growth Strategy Plan (West Windsor); Route 1 Improvements project in Lawrence Township for NJDOT, and the Transportation Development District Plan for Interstate-95, Mercer County, NJ. Other project examples of its rail transportation expertise include: Cherokee Bergen Line Station, Lyndhurst, NJ; Newark Airport Rail Station (aka the Air Train EWR Station), Newark, NJ; Pavonia Path Station, Jersey City, NJ; Metro-North Station Rehabilitation of Five Sta- tions on the New Haven Line, NY; Weehawken Tunnel, Weehawken, NJ; Northern Bus Maintenance Facility, NJ; in addition, PB’s Project Manag- er, Clare Russell, brings Hamilton Transit Multimodal Complex, Central, NJ; First Avenue Station, Pittsburgh, PA; West Mifflin and Ross Garages Rehabilitation, Pittsburgh, PA; Port Authority of Allegheny County, Vari- ous Facilities, PA: Pittsburgh City Center Development, an ADA Review for the South Hills Junction Maintenance Facility, the Collier Garage Air Quality Study, LRT Parking Structure Feasibility Study, Central Business District (CBD) Subway System Ventilation Study, and LRT Signal System Modifications.
Reconnecting America & the Center for Transit-Oriented Develop- ment – Transit Planning Shelley Poticha is the President and CEO of Reconnecting America, a national non-profit organization working to integrate transportation sys- tems and the communities they serve, with the goals of generating last- ing public and private returns, improving economic and environmental efficiency, and giving consumers greater choice. Reconnecting America has two major projects: The Center for Transit-Oriented Development (CTOD) which assists developers, transit agencies, communities and in- vestors to use transit investments to spur a new wave of development that improves housing affordability and choice, revitalizes downtowns and urban and suburban neighborhoods, and creates lasting value and high quality urbanism; and Reconnecting America’s Transportation Networks (RATN) which is working to redefine national policies for in- tercity travel in order to integrate our separately functioning aviation, passenger rail and intercity bus systems into a more convenient, secure, financially viable and sustainable network.
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