RSL - Traffic
Started at McMahon
Mon May 20 2002 04:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Nicole Kline-Elsier, P.E., PTOE is a Senior Project Manager of McMahon Associates, Inc. where Ms. Kline-Elsier has been involved in Transportation Engineering since her graduation from Penn State University in 2002. Ms. Kline-Elsier is experienced in transportation engineering and planning, including preparation of the transportation elements of municipal, multi-municipal and County comprehensive plans, regional transportation studies, corridor studies, Pennsylvania Act 209 studies, PennDOT project needs analysis studies, PennDOT alternatives evaluations, municipal traffic engineering and development reviews, and traffic impact studies for private land development in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. Ms. Kline-Elsier is also very experienced with traffic operations/modeling analysis using a wide variety of software, including Synchro, SimTraffic, Highway Capacity Software, and VISSIM. She is also very knowledgeable of the requirements of PennDOT, DelDOT, and the Maryland State Highway Administration, and she is experienced with many types of traffic engineering studies used for both public and private sector projects, including by not limited to, traffic forecasting, gap studies, parking studies, speed and delay studies, travel time studies, signal and multi-way stop warrant studies, auxiliary lane warrant analysis, traffic simulation, roundabout analysis and simulation, and safety studies. Ms. Kline-Elsier has experience working with a variety of stakeholder groups, conducting workshop meetings and presenting to the public. Ms. Kline-Elsier also has experience in providing expert witness testimony in conditional use and land development hearings at the municipal and county levels, and at informal meetings.
Awards: 2016 GVF Top TDM Professionals Under 40 | 2015 Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Rising Star