Ron Milam is the Principal-In-Charge of Technical Development with Fehr & Peers. He is actively involved in a wide variety of project work but also finds time to:
- Co-lead the firm’s research and development efforts;
- Teach a UC Davis extension course on transportation and land use planning;
- Serve on the TRB Special Committee for Travel Forecasting Resources
- Assist the California Governor’s Office of Planning & Research with developing guidelines to reduce environmental review for infill development.
Ron has an extensive background in travel demand model development and applications, traffic operations analysis, micro-simulation modeling, and transportation impact studies involving NEPA and CEQA. He has also published papers on a wide variety of transportation planning and traffic engineering topics and received recognition for his work that includes the Institute of Transportation Engineer’s (ITE) National Past President’s Award and best paper honors at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Conference on Planning Applications. His current project activities include the Westside LA Transportation Plan, the City of Sacramento General Plan, the City of Sacramento American River Crossing Study, the FHWA GHG Handbook, and the Caltrans Transportation Analysis Report (TAR) guidelines.