LJB Welcomes New Traffic Services Leader

resume_PCGLJB has been providing traffic services for several decades, and earlier this year the company made a strategic decision to focus on this segment of our business. As part of our commitment to this service area, LJB recently welcomed Paul Goodhue as a senior traffic engineer and traffic services leader.

With 13 years of experience, Paul’s involvement with both public and commercial market traffic engineering is a welcomed addition to LJB’s experienced ten-person traffic team. Paul is a Springboro, Ohio, native and a graduate of the University of Dayton, where he also teaches as an adjunct professor.

“I know the reputation LJB has for being a talented and well respected firm. I’ve known it for a long time,” Paul said. “I am happy to be a part of this team.”

Although he is also experienced in roadway design, Paul has focused his career on providing traffic solutions for public and private clients. “I enjoy working in the traffic segment because I like to solve problems on the front end, analyzing a problem and figuring out a solution that can be quickly implemented,” Paul said.

As a certified professional traffic operations engineer (PTOE), Paul has experience with traffic signal design, traffic studies, roundabouts, municipal roadway design, traffic control, maintenance of traffic and construction administration efforts.

“For any service leader and especially with our focus in traffic, I wanted someone that promoted teamwork, focused on teaching and brought a high level energy to the group,” said Thom Kramer, LJB Managing Principal. “Paul brings all those things to a great group of professionals. Our existing strength in this area, combined with Paul’s experience, will allow us to achieve great results.”

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