David enjoys working collaboratively with clients to create multimodal solutions to complex problems. He finds the greatest satisfaction when this is accomplished through the development of innovative methodologies utilizing diverse data sources combined with robust stakeholder and public outreach, feedback, and input.
David Miller, PTP is the Chief Operating Officer at Foursquare ITP and has more than 22 years of diverse transportation planning experience. As a senior project manager, he applies this experience to transit planning projects of every scale in every operating environment. David’s track record includes projects that demonstrate operational improvements and an improved passenger experience. He specializes in corridor, regional, super-regional and statewide plans, and has a passion for bus priority and bus rapid transit.
David’s transit experience includes transit development plans, transit vision plans, corridor studies, station access studies, the development of new or expanded transit services, and transit performance monitoring. These projects include a wide variety of both bus and rail modes, including fixed-route, microtransit, commuter bus, bus rapid transit, commuter rail, urban rail, and high speed rail. David has led Foursquare ITP’s technical analysis on several high visibility studies, including the Bus Transformation Project, a strategic vision for the future of bus in the Washington, DC region; the District Department of Transportation Bus Priority Plan and Program; and the ongoing Gwinnett County Georgia Transit Development Plan.
David specializes in developing context-sensitive multimodal transportation solutions that include public transportation as well as local, regional, and inter-regional infrastructure solutions through effective stakeholder outreach and inter-agency coordination. His extensive experience also includes working with travel demand models, land use planning and analysis, and environmental analysis in support of transportation projects.
BA, Geography (GIS/Transportation)
University of Washington