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John Bruggeman Attains California Traffic Engineer License

by Jessica Pairrett 6. June 2016 11:55

John Bruggeman

John Bruggeman, P.E., PTOE, traffic engineer and project manager, has attained his California Traffic Engineer license.  This license is needed to use the title of “traffic engineer” while working on projects in California and is a requirement to perform traffic studies for several municipalities throughout the state.

Bruggeman has 12 years of traffic engineering experience, specializing in traffic operations and traffic signal design.  Bruggeman has completed numerous traffic impacts studies, including his most recent project for the At Mateo Retail & Office Development in Los Angeles.  His signal design experience includes over 100 traffic signal designs over the past seven years.  Bruggeman is experienced in the use of Synchro, SimTraffic, HCS and SIDRA software. 

In addition to his California Traffic Engineer license, Bruggeman holds a Professional Engineer license in Wisconsin and is a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE).  Bruggeman is an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.

Senso and Severson to Present at ITE Wisconsin’s Traffic Engineering Workshop

by Jessica Pairrett 6. April 2015 11:25

2015 Traffic Engineering Workshop and Transportation Planning Forum
Country Springs Hotel
Pewaukee, WI
April 22, 2015

Doug Senso, P.E., senior transportation project manager, and Brad Severson, P.E., project manager/senior project engineer and roundabout design engineer, will present at the ITE Traffic Engineering Workshop and Transportation Planning Forum. They will present on retrofitting roundabouts for the oversize-overweight (OSOW) freight network.

The ITE Wisconsin forum will cover additional topics such as: benefit-cost analysis; adaptive traffic signals; NEPA planning and environmental linkage; and other relevant topics. The workshop’s goal is to act as a forum for discussions and solutions to transportation problems. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions to discuss with peers and presenters. Visit ITE Wisconsin’s website after the forum to view the presentations.

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