GeoDecisions joined forces with its parent company, Gannett Fleming, to highlight turnkey transportation solutions at the North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (NCAMPO) Conference from May 11 to 13 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Led by Terry Snow, PE, a Gannett Fleming vice president and transportation area manager based in Raleigh, North Carolina, both firms demonstrated a strong local presence and soup-to-nuts engineering and geospatial technology strengths to metropolitan and rural planning organizations, transit agencies, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
Throughout the event GeoDecisions Director Nate Reck discussed GIS application benefits with current and future clients. In the NCAMPO exhibit hall, Nate highlighted GeoDecisions’ transportation project planning, analysis, and traffic data system apps fueled by Esri® technology.
Tying in with the conference theme, “Innovations in Transportation,” Ahmed El-Aassar, PhD, PE, (on right) a Gannett Fleming vice president, noise and air quality manager, and internationally recognized speaker delivered a presentation titled “Innovative Approach to Public Involvement” on the award-winning interactive sound information system Sounds of Transit.
Gannett Fleming’s Raleigh team also included David Graham, a senior transportation operations manager who co-presented with North Carolina’s Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (DCHC-MPO) on “Traffic Incident Management Assessments for MPOs”; and Tom Goodwin, PE, a roadway planning and design manager who spotlighted transportation planning and design services.