Will Farley joined Lancaster Engineering in August 2012. His tasks include project management, intersection analysis, parking studies, sight distance studies, traffic signal design, illumination design, roundabout design, signing and striping plans, and temporary traffic control plans.
Prior to working for Lancaster Engineering, Will worked and studied at Portland State University. As a candidate for the M.S. degree option for transportation engineering, Will studied urban planning, transportation safety, and facility design while working on his thesis for bicycle safety at intersections utilizing the advanced stop box.


MS, Civil Engineering (Transportation)
Portland State University
Portland, OR

BS, Civil Engineering
Portland State University
Portland, OR

AS, Engineering
Umpqua Community College
Roseburg, OR

Professional Registrations

Professional Civil Engineer in
Oregon (83528PE)
and Washington (52498)

Service & Awards

Member, Institute of Transportation Engineers
Oregon Section

Member, American Society of Civil Engineers

Representative Projects

Scouter’s Mountain Roundabout Design, Happy Valley, OR
Designed and created a conceptual plan for a proposed roundabout intersection in Happy Valley, Oregon. The quickly developing area has few existing traffic signals but a need for high-capacity roadways. The conceptual roundabout design provides an option for the City to move forward with an intersection along SE Scouters Mountain Road in anticipation for multiple single-family homes to be built in the upcoming years.

Oliver Station Facilities Design, Portland, OR
Led a signal modification, signing, and striping design of the Oliver Station development in the Lents Neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. With the construction of several multi-family buildings, roadway facilities along SE Foster Road and SE Woodstock Road needed to be improved to accommodate additional traffic while upholding the design standards of the Lents Neighborhood.

Rosemont Corridor Multi-Use Trail Redesign, Clackamas, OR
Using observed trends from other local cities as well as those from afar, provided guidance on innovative treatments for intersections along a multiuse path along Rosemont Road between Lake Oswego and West Linn.

Touchmark Intersection Design, Washington County, OR
Led traffic engineering with the design of the new site intersection of SW Swede Hill Loop at SW Leahy Road. Provided an analysis of sight distance as well as a design of roadway striping to ensure the safe operation of the intersection.