With an increasing need for transportation alternatives, we offer transportation planning and design coupled with multi-modal and sustainable approaches to create realistic transportation solutions. Our approach is centered on the following four principals:
- All potential options and impacts are considered.
- The process should be efficient and budget centric.
- We believe in community engagement. We not only inform the public, but also gather input that can guide the decision-making process and we strive to provide opportunities to be involved.
- Short-term decisions should support strategic, long-term goals.
A&M’s continued success is built on our ability to utilize our multi-disciplined thinking and approach to all of our projects. We are able to link transportation planning and design to the challenges facing communities by leveraging our in-house expertise in civil engineering, land survey, storm water management and low impact development to provide unique and effective strategies for the future.
Our transportation services include:
- Long-term Transportation Master Planning
- Complete Streets Design and Implementation
- Traffic Impact & Access Studies
- Roadway Design
- Function Design Reports
- Design Exception Reports
- Traffic Signal Design
- Intersection Design
- Road Safety Audits
- Trip Generation Memos
- Parking Studies
- Peer Review
- Turning Movement Analysis
A&M is a pre-qualified vendor with MassDOT and embraces the Complete Street philosophy when it comes to transportation planning. For us, Complete Streets is more than just a slogan it’s a way of approaching projects with an understanding that our roadways are critical links for all members of the community, and that often users fit into more than one category.
Meet the Team:
Wayne A. Keefner, PE, PTOE, LEED AP
Wayne has over twenty one (21) years of progressive experience in all phases of project coordination, strategic planning, engineering design, staff training, bid development and site layout and design. As a transportation engineer, Wayne is well versed in performing traffic impact studies, traffic signal timing, signal design, parking studies, road safety audits, traffic analysis reports, Transportation Demand Management (TDM), cycletrack designs, and signal synchronization projects. He specializes in roadway geometry design.
Wayne received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree from University of Massachusetts in Lowell. Wayne is registered as a Professional Engineer (PE) in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Rhode Island and recently became certified as a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer® (PTOE). He also holds a LEED AP BD+C designation with the US Green Building Council (USGBC).
Corinne Tobias, PE
Corinne has eight (8) years of experience in municipal and private development projects. She specializes in transportation analysis, planning, and signal design. As a project engineer she is responsible for the design and planning process, including traffic and safety analysis, signal design, cost estimation, specification writing, and creating formal documentation for the public review process. She excels at understanding the broad picture of transportation as it relates to the needs of the community and different user groups, while maintaining a high level of technical aptitude and expertise. Corinne’s experience in a wide variety of projects within the field of transportation shows her ability to adapt to the unique needs of each individual project.