Russell is a Principal Traffic Engineer with experience in both the public and private sectors. This includes the preparation of traffic impact studies, level of service analysis, signal design, signing and pavement marking design, and parking lot layout and design. Russell has a passion for safety and in recent years has shifted his focus to vulnerable road users through the design and implementation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB’s), Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons (PHB’s) and Mid-Block Traffic Signals. Additionally, Russell is a member of the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (NCUTCD), serving on the guide sign and motorist information technical sub-committee.
Dow is a Principal Roadway Engineer with a wide range of experience managing transportation projects for FDOT and other local agencies. This includes PD&E studies, horizontal and vertical geometrics, conceptual interchange design, utility coordination, roadway lighting design, and project cost estimating. He is FDOT certified in specification package development, Long Range Estimating (LRE), and advanced Maintenance of Traffic (MOT). In addition, Dow has experience reviewing and analyzing crash data to determine the safety benefits of proposed roadway lighting systems.
Roadway Design, Drainage Design & Modeling, Permitting, Intersection Improvements, Corridor Lighting Design, Temporary Traffic Control, Shared-Use Path Design, Construction Cost Estimating, and Constructability Review.
Traffic Signal Design, Traffic Signal Retiming, Signing & Pavement Marking Design, Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Design, Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) Design, Midblock Pedestrian Signal Design, Fiber Optic Interconnect Design, Intersection & Pedestrian Lighting Design, Traffic Calming Design, Parking Lot Design, and Wrong-Way Driving Warning Systems Design.
Traffic Impact Studies, Traffic Signal Warrants, Safety Studies, Operational Improvement Studies, Lighting Justification Studies, Corridor Studies, Pedestrian Studies, Speed Studies, and No-Passing Zone Studies.