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Eric Pihl
Modeling Technical Specialist
12300 West Dakota Avenue, Suite 340
Lakewood, CO 80228

Ph: (720) 963-3219
FAX: (720) 963-3232
eric.pihl@dot.gov


Education
•    Master of Science in Civil Engineering
•    Master of Arts in Urban Planning
•    Bachelor of Science in Geography

Expertise/Specialty
•    Travel Demand Forecasting
•    Metropolitan Planning
•    Planning and Operations
•    Traffic Analysis Tools
•    Freight Planning
•    Freight Analysis and Data

Professional Highlights
•    Eric has over 9 years of experience in transportation planning and travel demand modeling, experience that has been gained both at public agencies and in the consulting world.

•    Prior to joining FHWA, he was a community planner/modeling specialist with the FTA Office of Planning in Washington, DC where he reviewed ridership forecasts and technical methods for studies seeking New Starts funding.

•     In this capacity, he provided a range of technical support to local agencies, transit operators and MPOs.

•    He also provides technical input to the update of FTA’s guidance on travel forecasting and manages research efforts on best practice planning methods and approaches.

•    Prior to his time at FTA, he worked at EPA as a senior policy analyst in the Office of Transportation and Air Quality where he reviewed redevelopment projects for brownfields sites, including a review of the sites for travel and emissions’ impacts.

•     During his tenure at EPA, he also lead a collaborative research project with the University of California to evaluate the ability of 4-step travel models to capture the short and long-range consequences of highway capacity enhancements.

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