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Tim Rayner

Parsons Brinckerhoff
As a transportation professional in Hampton Roads, Tim Rayner proudly joined Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) in 2007. Prior to PB, Tim served the public sector for seven years, divided between the City of Virginia Beach and the City of East Lansing, home of Michigan State University. His broad experience provides a comprehensive perspective of the transportation industry and its importance in our lives. Tim specializes in transportation planning and traffic operations. His unique approach to solving the issues of traffic flow and congestion on arterial corridors in urban settings often results in non-traditional intersection design. By viewing the many factors unique to each intersection, including their relation in time and space, his philosophy is that intersections can work collectively to move traffic safely and efficiently.

  • BS Eng, Michigan State University, 1997
  • MS Eng, University of Wisconsin, 2005
  • Virginia Professional Engineer
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers Professional Transporation Operations Engineer
  • 4 years, Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • 3 years, City of Virginia Beach
  • 3 years, City of East Lansing
  • alternative intesections
  • road diets
  • traffic operations
  • Urban CFI - Median U-turn
    Details    Edit
    Updated: Oct 18, 2011
     Arterial Intersections  Continuous Flow Intersections  CFI - 2-legs  Planned
    Abstract: CFI crossovers on Kempsville Rd.
    Region: USA - Southeast Videos: Yes
    Road: Kempsville RdIndian River Rd Pics: No
    City: Virginia Beach ,VA ,US Docs: No
    Lat/Lon: 36.797264099 ,-76.175033569 Links: No
    2 people have recorded their role in this project.

    Tim Rayner   
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