Marsha A. Bomar, AICP

Marsha, since the late 1970s has been in transportation planning, traffic engineering, public involvement, education and training, meeting facilitation, traffic analysis, management and administration of transportation and traffic engineering projects, master transportation plans and studies, transit systems planning, parking studies and design analyses, freight studies, modeling, and general research.

Marsha has been in charge and project manager for more than 300 traffic impact and transportation master plan studies, including major data collection and analysis efforts. She has extensive experience in facilitating public meetings/hearings/probe groups/charettes.

Ms. Anderson Bomar is an International Past President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, and is past Chairman of the Institute's Technical Council Design Department, Policy Committee, and Transportation Planners Council. She has been the Chair of the Goods Movement Council and author of the Urban Travel Characteristics chapter of the Transportation Planners Handbook.

She was a Director of the New Jersey Motor Truck Association, as well as the American Trucking Associations' Scholar-In-Residence. She has also been a special member of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission's Urban Goods Movement Advisory Committee.

Ms. Anderson Bomar chaired the Olympic Transportation Task Force Support Group on Goods Movement for the 1996 Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Other affiliations include the Transportation Research Board, Women's Transportation Seminar, Council for Quality Growth and the Society of Women Engineers.

Marsha A. Bomar, AICP President/CEO Street Smarts, Inc.

Marsha A. Bomar, AICP

President/CEO Street Smarts, Inc.

Duluth, Georgia, United States

Transportation
Career Stage
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  • Mid-Career
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