Miamisburg Transportation Plan
The Miamisburg transportation plan will identify the location and type of roadway facilities needed to meet projected long-term growth within the city.
The plan will provide a comprehensive framework for the city’s multimodal transportation network to support Miamisburg’s quality of life and manage growth, development, and preservation. It will include a set of accessibility principles, implementation strategies, and strategic initiatives to guide public and private investment in the streets that make up the backbone of the city’s transportation system. The plan will also provide recommendations for appropriate right-of-way, considering all modes of transportation and roadway design standards.
SHAWN RIGGS, PE
Shawn is an accomplished and talented engineer with over 17 years of experience planning, scheduling, and administering transportation and utility services. He has eight years of experience in the public sector under various state and local government agencies.
Shawn has expert knowledge of municipal management, budgeting, city ordinance development and implementation, regulatory compliance, and public infrastructure/utility construction standards and inspections. He can effectively guide project development and delivery phases while working with CT staff, City Council, contractors, boards, consultants, and the public.
Shawn currently serves as the city/village engineer for several communities in the greater Cincinnati area.
JEFFREY WALLACE, AICP
Jeff has experience in transportation planning and public involvement throughout Ohio. This experience includes five years at the Ohio Department of Transportation and more than 20 years in the private sector.
He has managed or played a key leadership role in several high-profile transportation projects in Ohio, including the Brent Spence Bridge Rehabilitation/Replacement Study, Ft. Washington Way Reconstruction, the I-75 Corridor Study, and the 3C Quick Start Passenger Rail Corridor.
JAY KORROS, PE, PTOE
Senior Traffic Engineer
Jay has years of experience in traffic engineering. He is certified as a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer by the Transportation Professional Certification Board. His specialties include designing and implementing intelligent, real-time traffic control systems, transportation planning, and traffic engineering studies.
As a project manager, Jay is also currently responsible for managing 15 advanced and connected traffic signal systems, encompassing 109 intersections in the southwestern Ohio/Northern Kentucky area. This work includes verifying each intersection’s operation, obtaining sensor counts, observing and/or modifying traffic responsive timings, verifying two-way communications between intersections and the central office computer, and reporting to appropriate city personnel/or police departments.
He has extensive experience with Synchro® and SimTraffic® analysis software. He has received certification from the ODOT Traffic Academy for:
- Traffic Signals
- Interchange Justification Studies
- Safety Studies
- Railroad-Preempted Traffic Signals
- Highway Lighting
- Maintenance of Traffic
In addition, Jay is the City Engineer for the City of Montgomery and the Traffic Engineer for Sharonville, Blue Ash, Montgomery, Forest Park, Franklin, Monroe, Village of Amberley, and Edgewood, KY.