Anthony Bruzzone is an Associate Principal in Arup’s San Francisco office, and is a transportation planner. His 38 years of experience includes transit service and operations planning, capital projects and airport experience. Tony’s most recently managed the $1.7 million study to reassess the feasibility and benefit of connecting Boston’s separate north and south commuter rail services into one system. Tony’s interests focus on the optimization of transportation operations and the reduction of transportation impacts on the environment, residents and businesses. He was the project manager for a study to determine the feasibility of using solar power to operate BART rapid transit trains, and he also was the project manager for a study to identify conceptual plans – including subways – to improve LRT safety and reliability in San Francisco’s intensifying San Francisco State neighborhood. He has also studied proposals to more effectively use (and design) limited access roadways to support transit services as well as proposed reuses of old and abandoned transit infrastructure for new transit uses. Prior to working with Arup, Tony was AC Transit’s Manager of Service and Operations Planning where he coordinated day-to-day operations planning needs, coordinated and managed various bus corridor studies and was liaison for San Francisco’s $2 billion Salesforce Transit Center project.