Lisa Marie Glover is an accomplished and results-oriented professional with 15+ years’ experience in leading multiple projects within transportation industry. Stellar track record of devising cost-effective and environment friendly transportation strategies to improve mobility and accessibility while reducing congestion. Expert in designing and executing sustainable transportation infrastructure plans. Excel at directing operations and maintenance of the transportation projects. Instrumental at delivering multiple projects within time and budgetary constraints. Known for developing and maintaining professional relationships with clients and stake holders. Proven success in training and developing cross-functional teams. Background in federal and state legislative research, Vision Zero implementation, as well as transit planning and management.
Areas of Expertise: BRT Implementation, Contract Negotiations, Short & Long-Range Transportation Planning, Traffic Incident Management, Traffic Incident Management, Multi-Modal Corridor Planning, Traffic Operations Management, Complete Streets Design Principles, Stakeholder Engagement, Federal Functional Roadway Reclassification.
She has worked on projects nationally and internationally. Her past professional experience includes the City of Detroit Department of Transportation, the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, the Metropolitan Atlanta, Rapid Transit Authority, DeKalb County Government, and the Henry County Board of Commissioners. Lisa has served as an intergovernmental liaison on transportation projects with federal, state, regional and local partners on the development of transportation infrastructure.
Currently as Transportation Manager, Lisa leads a division management team to provide strategic direction and supervision to a personnel team of mixed disciplines. The division’s mission is to promote the livability, health, and economic benefits of a connected network of transportation options. Key oversight and senior management of projects related to mobility, livability, resilient design concepts, community bus service, complete streets, capital project delivery, transportation planning, innovative traffic congestion and speed management concepts, and sustainable transportation. Since joining the City, she has focused on improving her division’s efficiencies of policies, procedures, and performance through enhanced partnerships. On-going coordination with numerous federal, state, county and city partners to ensure operations and maintenance of constructed transportation infrastructure.