Relative Experience:

Mr. Treesh has over 20 years experience in the area of transportation engineering and transportation planning. Specifically, he has expertise in the areas of traffic impact studies, corridor planning studies, traffic signal justifications studies and traffic signal systems analysis. Mr. Treesh has served as Project Manager on numerous transportation planning studies. He has performed capacity evaluations of signalized and unsignalized intersections, evaluated development plans in terms of traffic circulation and safety, making recommendations for improvements to parking areas and on-site design to accommodate development traffic.

Traffic Impact Analysis:

Managed and conducted traffic impact studies of numerous land uses ranging in size from 1,400 acres to less than 1 acre. Land uses analyzed include shopping centers, mixed use developments, medical office buildings, residential developments, industrial developments, and office buildings. Conducted capacity analyses of critical intersections, utilizing the Highway Capacity Software (HCS), and recommended appropriate geometric improvements to accommodate development, as well as, non-development traffic. Evaluated development plans in terms of traffic circulation and safety, making recommendations for improvements to parking and on-site design to accommodate development traffic. Accepted as an expert witness in transportation and testified before Planning Commissions, Zoning Boards, Village Boards, and City Councils, as well as, neighborhood and local organizations. Studies completed in the metropolitan Chicago area, southeast Wisconsin, St. Louis metropolitan area, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.

Traffic Signal Justification Studies:

Traffic signal justification Performed studies for private developments, as well as, for public streets on both state and local roadways.

Traffic Signal Systems:

Assisted in the analysis and development of a coordinated traffic signal system to alleviate congestion and reduce vehicle emissions. Analysis of existing traffic volumes, flow patterns, and signal spacing was completed utilizing the progression programs SYNCHRO and PASSER II-90 to develop an optimum signal progression program.

Transportation Planning:

Project Manager on the Daniels Parkway corridor study for the Lee County Department of Transportation. Also served as project consultant on Strategic Regional Arterial (SRA) corridor projects conducted by the Illinois Department of Transportation and the Chicago Area Transportation Study. These projects involved analyses and recommendations of proposed roadway geometrics, right-of-way requirements, cost estimates and access management alternatives for future planning.


Analyzed and designed parking configuration for neighborhood shopping center and various small retail developments. Also analyzed existing parking facilities identified internal deficiencies and made recommendations for improvement. Performed numerous parking studies including downtown areas to determine peak parking demand and characteristics.

Trip Generation Research:

Involved in research to better quantify the trip generation of various land uses in the Chicago land area. These land uses include gas stations with car washes, small retail centers anchored by a convenience store, and residential developments. Involvement includes methodology, data collection, and analysis of statistical data.


TR Transportation Consultants, Inc.
May 2006 – Present

Metro Transportation Group, Inc.
Fort Myers Office
Principal/Regional Manager
June 2001 – April 2006

Senior Transportation Consultant
1999 – May 2001

Woolpert, LLP
Dayton, Ohio
Project Manager
1997 - 1999

Metro Transportation Group, Inc.
Senior Transportation Consultant
1990 - 1997


Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana
Bachelor of Science - Civil Engineering


Institute of Transportation Engineers
Transportation Research Board
Urban Land Institute