Todd has been with Lancaster Engineering since 1997 and has served as the firm’s sole principal since 2007. In that time, Todd has overseen a wide variety of transportation planning and traffic engineering projects for both public and private clients. These projects have ranged from large master-planned developments, to traffic signal design, to parking and transportation demand management.
BS, Civil Engineering
Portland State University
Professional Civil Engineer in
and Washington (39703)
Service & Awards
President, Institute of Transportation Engineers
Sponsorship Chair, Institute of Transportation Engineers
Planning Commissioner, City of Sandy
Washington Traffic Management Plan, Washington Park.
TMA Provided oversight for a multi-faceted project that included managing the main lot such that it fills with maximal efficiency; improving traffic control of arriving and departing vehicles; collecting and analyzing data regarding parking utilization volumes and patterns; and developing guidance and logistics around activation of remote overflow lots and deployment of shuttles.
Delta Park Soccer Enhancements, Portland Parks & Recreation.
Prepared a traffic impact study to guide PP&R through a conditional-use process for soccer field renovations, including installation of turf fields and lighting. Analysis included trip generation estimates as well as parking demand for field-related events, resulting in the addition of field lighting, which expanded park usage times. Recommendations were made for enhanced pedestrian and bicycle accommodations at park entrances.
Portland International Raceway Master Plan Update, Portland Parks & Recreation.
Lancaster Engineering worked closely with PP&R and the consultant team to update the PIR Master Plan. This included coordination with the City of Portland and the Oregon Department of Transportation. The Master Plan covered a variety of event types and sizes, served by all modes of travel, including people walking, riding bicycles, and using bus and light rail transit.
Audubon Society Pedestrian & Access Study, Audubon Society of Portland
Potential enhancements to parking areas, driveway locations, traffic calming features, and a marked pedestrian crossing were examined on Cornell Road at the Audubon Society of Portland. An assessment of existing conditions helped inform a number of potential improvements that could be implemented as funding allows. This site is rather unique in its rural character, but close-in setting, similar to Forest Park.
Hood View Park, North Clackamas Parks & Recreation
A traffic impact study was prepared for a regional park constructed in Happy Valley by North Clackamas Parks and Recreation. Construction of the park coincided with a new middle school and a new elementary school for North Clackamas School District. Lancaster Engineering works on all three concurrent projects, which have a symbiotic relationship, sharing parking and use of facilities.