Scott has a diverse background in multimodal traffic engineering and has been involved in a wide variety of traffic studies, traffic design, and signal timing projects over his 18-year career. His efforts have led to the implementation of hundreds of traffic infrastructure investments which have improved safety, efficiency, and mobility for all users.
Prior to joining Alliant, Scott was a Traffic Operations Engineer for the City of Minneapolis and gained operations experience with the City’s 810 traffic signals and involvement in a variety of traffic calming and safety-related projects and initiatives. He leverages this experience in his approach to client communication, public engagement, consensus building, and alternatives development. Scott’s alternatives development process includes identifying and prioritizing improvements that increase safety and mobility while providing reasonable access to and from local streets and businesses.
Scott is also heavily involved in professional organizations such as the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) where he has served in District and Section leadership since 2014. He is also a graduate of the 2017 Leadership ITE class and frequently presents on topics related to his project work and experience to broaden the knowledge base of the greater transportation community.