Amy C. Pomeroy, P.E.
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – WI PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers – Wisconsin Section Amy Pomeroy is a Traffic Engineer in TADI’s Wisconsin office. Her primary responsibilities include both intersection and corridor safety studies as well as traffic count data management. She has also assisted with intersection capacity analyses, corridor studies, traffic impact analyses, and development of optimal signal timing plans. Amy has fifteen years of work experience including seven years of experience with safety and speed projects throughout the state of Wisconsin, including both corridor and intersection analysis. She is responsible for compiling crash data utilizing both the MetaManager program and the WisTransportal Crash Data site, reviewing MV4000 crash report forms, creating intersection and corridor collision diagrams, as well as calculating crash rates and identifying potential safety improvements. She has worked closely with WisDOT personnel analyzing state highway corridors, providing Safety Screening Analysis Reports and completing DSR Crash Analysis forms. She has performed speed studies along several corridors including analyzing speed data, calculating 85th percentile speeds and recommending safe speed limits for the corridors. In addition to safety and speed study work, she has played an integral role in data collection management and processing count data for WisDOT for the past eight years.
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Ben Garbe, E.I.T.
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Engineer in Training – WI PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers Ben Garbe is a Traffic Engineer with TADI in Wisconsin. His current responsibilities include conducting Intersection Control Evaluations (ICE), corridor studies, traffic safety studies, pedestrian studies, and data collection across Wisconsin. Ben gained experience analyzing a variety of intersections in both urban and rural settings while serving as an on-site traffic consultant at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation in Rhinelander. He has completed numerous corridor studies using strong engineering judgment to determine safe and cost-effective solutions that best meet the needs of affected vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Ben has also been involved in a number of data collection projects which include traditional intersection turning movement counts and pedestrian counts as well as those involving MioVision camera equipment and cutting-edge Bluetooth technology.
Christian Sternke, E.I.T.
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Engineer in Training – WI PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers Christian Sternke is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison and is now working as a Traffic Engineer with TADI in Wisconsin. His current responsibilities include data processing and technical analysis for Origin-Destination and Travel Time Studies, as well as overseeing field data collection efforts and analysis. Christian’s ability to adapt to new situations with a positive attitude will help him excel as he joins the TADI team. Using cutting-edge Bluetooth technology for Origin-Destination and Travel Time Studies and various other data collection devices, Christian must adapt quickly to be able to use these devices and understand the method to analyze the data and create reports for these studies. He is very excited to be part of the team using this technology that is new to the industry. Christian is also excited about getting involved with the Wisconsin Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).
Dana Schnabel, P.E., PTOE
Senior Transportation Engineer
EDUCATION
Valparaiso University
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – IL, WI, IN Professional Traffic Operations Engineer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Society of Professional Engineer Dana Schnabel has 17 years of experience managing and performing a wide range of geometric design plans, intersection design studies, and traffic signal/interconnect plans throughout Northern Illinois. His various project experience also includes the design of crosswalk improvement plans, sight distance analyses, railroad interconnect schematics, emergency vehicle preemption charts, and cost estimates and special provisions. Dana has designed and managed IDS and Signal Plans for over 200 intersections, half of which are under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT). Several projects he has work on were funded through CMAQ and ARRA. Dana has been actively involved in the coordination between clients and review agencies to ensure project success.

 

Don Lee, P.E.
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Bachelor of Business Administration Marketing and Finance LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – WI WisDOT Certified TIA Preparer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers American Public Works Association Don Lee is a Senior Traffic Engineer with TADI’s Wisconsin office. His current responsibilities include conducting Intersection Control Evaluations (ICE), corridor studies, traffic impact studies, safety assessments, conceptual design comparisons, and traffic signal design. Don has a diverse background in the planning and design of transportation facilities with over 17 years of work experience, including WisDOT project management, roadway conceptual and final design, construction inspection, traffic signal design, and traffic analysis of unsignalized and signalized intersections. His well-rounded design experience helps him identify feasible, constructible, and cost-efficient transportation solutions. Don has also gained extensive experience working on many high-profile, politically-sensitive projects in Southeast Wisconsin over his career, including the demolition of the Park East freeway and construction of a replacement at-grade roadway in Milwaukee’s CBD, the construction of Canal Street within the City of Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley, the construction of the Lake Parkway in southeast Milwaukee, and the construction of the Jobs Corridor project spanning the border of the City of Milwaukee and the Village of Menomonee Falls. Don has completed over 25 PS&E packages for various WisDOT design projects. His strong people skills allow him to identify, gain consensus on, and implement solutions for complex transportation projects.
Inge Adams
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Carroll University
Bachelor of Business Administration Finance
Inge Adams is a Traffic Engineer with TADI in Wisconsin. Her current responsibilities include data management, assisting with traffic safety analyses and assisting with Traffic Impact Analyses (TIAs). Inge works closely with senior engineers compiling, plotting and analyzing crashes for the WisDOT North Central Region Safety Contract. This includes management of countless crashes and analysis of those crashes to develop safety improvements on state trunk highways and intersections. Inge has also been involved in a number of data collection projects including video traffic counting, traditional intersection turning movement counts and 24-hour roadway counts. In addition to her engineering responsibilities, Inge utilizes her business background by assisting the owners of TADI with office and business management of the company.
Jeffrey G. Fait, P.E., PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
California Polytechnic State University
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering Pierce College
Associate of Science
Electronics Technology Georgia Institute of Technology
Traffic Signal Operations LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – WI, IL, MI, CA
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers Jeff Fait, a Senior Traffic Engineer and partner in the firm, works in TADI’s Wisconsin office and offers over 18 years of experience. Jeff is responsible for traffic engineering tasks that include the preparation of signal design and interconnection plans, preparation of traffic signal system “closed loop” plans, development of optimal signal timing plans for isolated intersections and coordinated systems, Emergency Vehicle Preemption Systems, Simultaneous and Advanced Rail Preemption Systems, simulation modeling, signalized intersection capacity analyses, and the research, planning, design, implementation, and operations of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Jeff has prepared over 300 traffic signal designs in the last 9 years alone. He is proficient in the use of a variety of traffic signal controllers and other intersection control equipment, including various types of interconnection systems, detection systems, and emergency vehicle and railroad preemption systems. Jeff regularly works with area communities and consulting firms providing traffic engineering services and advice. Jeff has authored several papers on ITS and advanced technologies and has recently taught the traffic engineering portion of the Professional Engineer review course at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Jeff also teaches a traffic signal design course through the University of Wisconsin at venues in Madison, Milwaukee, Orlando, and Las Vegas.
Jim Harris
Traffic Engineer
  Jim Harris has 38 years in traffic data collection, analysis and forecasting of traffic data. Jim is well known as the traffic data management expert in the SE Region of Wisconsin. Jim manages and oversees the traffic count and forecasting programs for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) SE Region since July 2005. Based on Jim’s extensive experience in data management, Jim has developed more efficient ways of forecasting for WisDOT, which has been implemented statewide. Jim analyzes output from the traffic models of the Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission for the WisDOT SE Region mega and major highway projects. Jim has completed formal training in GIS and has developed applications for traffic count collection and analysis with GIS. Jim uses GIS as an analysis tool to assist with traffic patterns and trends for WisDOT. Jim also developed and evaluates CADDS application to plat map and update annual traffic count summary maps along with the design of ATR installations throughout the SE Region of WisDOT.
John Bieberitz, P.E., PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin -– Milwaukee
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering University of Wisconsin -– Milwaukee
Masters of Science
Transportation Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – WI
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer WisDOT Certified TIA Preparer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers
WI Traffic Engineering and Planning
Workshop Chair 1998-present John Bieberitz is a Senior Traffic Engineer and President of TADI, working out of the Corporate Office in Wisconsin. Mr. Bieberitz manages the staff of 32 traffic engineering professionals and also performs project management and traffic engineering tasks. John’s areas of traffic engineering expertise include signalized intersection analyses, roundabout analyses, signal progression analyses, development of traffic signal timing plans, traffic impact studies, corridor studies, traffic calming, and traffic simulation. He has over 24 years of traffic engineering experience ranging from traffic signal designs/timing to traffic impact studies. John has conducted several hundred traffic impact studies, designed over one hundred traffic signals, analyzed over fifty roundabouts, and has retimed several hundred traffic signals. John serves as a trusted “on-call” traffic engineer for several Wisconsin communities. John has presented and published several papers on traffic engineering for both the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers. He regularly teaches traffic engineering courses for the University of Wisconsin – Madison on topics such as intersection safety and efficiency, traffic impact analyses, access control, site design, traffic engineering software, and signal design timing.
John R. Campbell, P.E.
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Marquette University
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering University of Wisconsin
Masters of Science Civil Engineering University of Wisconsin – Madison
Transportation Management & Policy Certificate LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – WI WisDOT Certified TIA Preparer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers John Campbell is a traffic engineer with TADI’s Wisconsin office. His current responsibilities include conducting corridor studies, safety studies, road safety audits, conceptual design comparisons, origin-destination studies, Paramics modeling, signalized and stop-controlled intersection capacity analyses, and roundabout capacity analysis. John recently conducted a statewide speed management study for WisDOT. John has presented papers on identifying hazardous intersections for the Institute of Transportation Engineers 2006 Annual Meeting and the 2005 Mid-Continent Transportation Symposium. He also presented in a Road Safety Target Workshop hosted by the American Public Works Association. John has eight years of work experience including safety studies, traffic safety research, microsimulation, roadway design, conceptual design comparisons, and construction inspection.
Michael May, P.E., PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Marquette University
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Master of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – IL, WI
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer WisDOT Certified TIA Preparer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Wisconsin Section
TEC Administrator
Young Professional of the Year, 2007 Michael May is a Senior Traffic Engineer with TADI in Wisconsin. His responsibilities include project management, performance of complex traffic impact studies and corridor studies, development of traffic signal timing plans (both along corridors and at isolated locations), safety studies, traffic calming studies, signalized and stop-controlled intersection capacity analyses, and simulation & modeling. He serves as an in-house expert on innovative intersection treatments and traffic signal operations. Mike has served as traffic engineer for more than 250 traffic studies in more than 80 communities – urban, suburban and rural. Studies range in size from investigating isolated intersection safety, to performing complex corridor studies, to retiming entire cities, to investigating the impacts of small to over 2,200+ acre development plans. He has also evaluated and/or modified numerous traffic studies conducted by other firms on behalf of public sector review agencies. Mike presented his papers “Alternative Transportation Revenue Concepts”, “Equity & Efficiency in Transportation Improvement Assessments”, and several others at Institute of Transportation Engineer’s events at the Section and District level. He occasionally co-instructs short courses at UW-Madison, and he guest lectures classes at Marquette University and UW-Milwaukee.
Peter Lemmon, P.E., PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Purdue University
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – IL
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers Midwestern District Board 2010-2012 Illinois Section Board 2004-2007 League of Illinois Bicyclists Peter Lemmon has 14 years of experience managing and conducting a broad range of transportation planning, traffic engineering, and parking studies throughout Northern Illinois. With a breadth of project experience integrating transportation and land use planning, he demonstrates a fundamental understanding of key issues that impact a wide range of environments and safely balances needs of autos, pedestrians, bicycles, and transit. With considerable experience presenting to both technical and non-technical audiences, he collaborates with stakeholders in various formats to solicit input and gain consensus while factoring various perspectives and viewpoints. As an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Peter currently serves as President of the ITE Midwestern District. He has also had the opportunity to serve as a guest lecturer for engineering courses at the University of Wisconsin.
Sara Disney Haufe, P.E., PTOE
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Illinois
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – IL
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Illinois Section Board 2011-present Sara Disney Haufe has eight years of traffic engineering and transportation planning experience with a focus on traffic impact, access and circulation, functional design, and parking throughout Northeastern Illinois. Sara’s attention to detail is an asset in traffic modeling and simulation applications, and her understanding of the big picture has been gained from involvement in numerous campus and neighborhood transportation studies. Her significant experience in operational analysis and strong relationships with regional transportation jurisdictional agencies provide a valuable resource when developing and evaluating improvement opportunities and plans along major routes. Sara is an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and currently serves as the Illinois Section Secretary.
Stephanie Olsson, P.E., PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Marquette University
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – MI, MN, WI
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer WisDOT Certified TIA Preparer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Wisconsin Section
Affiliate Director 2008-2009
Young Professional of the Year 2001 WI Traffic Engineering and Planning
Workshop Committee Member 2011 Marquette University College of Engineering Young Alumni of the Year Stephanie Olsson is a Senior Traffic Engineer and also the Vice President of TADI in Wisconsin. Stephanie is responsible for the firm’s data collection services and traffic engineering tasks, including development of optimal signal timing plans for isolated intersections and coordinated systems, signal progression analysis, signal timing implementation and fine tuning, corridor studies, traffic impact studies, traffic mitigation plans, traffic simulation modeling, and intersection capacity analyses. Stephanie has over 11 years of traffic engineering experience ranging from traffic signal and intersection analysis to pedestrian enhancement studies. She has timed over 200 traffic signals and has conducted over 25 major corridor studies and over 75 traffic impact studies. Stephanie served as project engineer for the Grandview Boulevard Truck Route/Construction Timings and the analysis of E. North Street and E. St. Paul Avenue two-way operation for the City of Waukesha, as well as the USH 45 mitigation project, Marquette Interchange mitigation project, and various detour route projects throughout the state. She is proficient in the use of a variety macroscopic and microscopic intersection capacity models and has instructed other engineers in the use of Synchro/Sim Traffic software for optimization of traffic signals. Stephanie teaches a traffic engineering fundamentals course through the University of Wisconsin – Madison and has guest lectured for traffic engineering courses at Marquette University and UWM.
Tammi Czewski, P.E., PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Michigan State University
Bachelors of Science Civil Engineering Michigan State University
Masters of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – MI, WI
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer WisDOT Certified TIA Preparer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers Tammi Czewski is a Senior Traffic Engineer for TADI in Michigan. She has over 15 years of management and technical experience with a variety of traffic engineering tasks, such as intersection and roadway capacity analysis (using Synchro, SimTraffic, HCS, RODEL, TRANSYT-7F, and TEAPAC software), signal timing and progression plans, signal design plans, corridor studies, simulation modeling, warrant studies, safety studies, intersection control evaluation studies (comparing traffic signals, stop signs, and roundabout control for an intersection), and traffic impact studies. Tammi’s recent projects include the evaluation of traffic signal systems before and after the increase in traffic volumes, new signal installations, geometric changes, and/or timing/phasing optimizations. Tammi utilizes Synchro/SimTraffic for signal timing optimization and for evaluating the corridor progression by comparing the effectiveness of the recommended improvements in reducing delays, vehicle queues, and travel time within the signal system. Tammi uses RODEL for evaluating the capacity and operation of roundabouts as alternatives to other types of traffic control. Tammi has also published a paper on transportation engineering for the Transportation Research Board, chaired committees for the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS), and presented engineering projects at both local and national ITE meetings.
Tim Sjogren, P.E., PTOE Senior Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
University of Illinois
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – IL
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Illinois Section Board 2006-2010 Tim Sjogren is TADI’s Illinois Office Manager and offers over eleven years of experience in the traffic engineering industry. His unique perspective has formed from performing traffic impact studies, transportation and land use planning studies, public infrastructure improvement planning, and agency coordination and permitting. Tim also oversees TADI’s team of design staff and drafting technicians for the production of functional geometrics, Intersection Design Studies, and traffic signal plans. Tim’s diverse career and strong working relationships with the region’s jurisdictional agencies equips him with the ability to develop tailored, cost-effective, and implementable solutions that meet a project’s unique needs. Tim is an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), previously serving on the Illinois Section Board.
Tracy Shandor, P.E., PTOE
Traffic Engineer
EDUCATION
Georgia Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
Professional Engineer – IL
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Illinois Section Board 2011-present Tracy Shandor has six years of transportation engineering experience focusing on traffic analyses and simulation, signal warrant analyses, parking demand analyses, travel demand modeling, and Geographic Information System (GIS) solutions. She is proficient in a variety of software packages used for GIS applications, intersection capacity analyses, and traffic simulation and modeling. Tracy has experience in a wide range of public and private project sector clients from small development projects to multi-billion dollar public infrastructure improvement projects. She is familiar with facilitating multi-stakeholder collaboration amongst a diverse group of interested parties in order to achieve beneficial and sustainable results for the surrounding communities. Tracy is an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), currently serving on the Illinois Section Board as Director of Public Affairs.