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Glenn Havinoviski To Lead WGI’s Transportation Technologies Practice
(WEST PALM BEACH, FL – June 25, 2019) WGI is pleased to announce that Glenn N. Havinoviski, PE has joined the firm’s Transportation Engineering Division as manager of transportation technologies and connected communities, leading the firm’s national efforts related to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) initiatives.
Over the last 34+ years, Glenn emerged as one of the world’s foremost experts in ITS development and transportation systems management and operations (TSMO). He served both as a practice builder and practice leader, providing project management and technical leadership for ITS and TSMO projects both in the US and abroad, with a recent emphasis on preparing public agencies for CAVs.
At WGI, he will apply his experience in ITS and CAV program planning and system architecture, design, deployment, and operations. He brings additional experience in managed lanes, active traffic management systems, and integrated corridor management, along with real-time traveler information, road pricing, and transit signal priority.
Glenn is a member of the Transportation Research Board Congestion Pricing Committee, is a former president of ITS Virginia, and served as US Expert to ISO Technical Committee 204 Working Group 1 (ITS Architecture and Data Dictionaries) from 2001 to 2012. He served as an instructor on ITS and integrated mobility strategies for the International Road Federation and other entities.
He is currently a registered Professional Engineer in eight states. Glenn graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He will be based in northern Virginia.
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