TPDer Recognized for Regional TDM Efforts

TPDer Recognized for Regional TDM Efforts

On Monday, May 8, 2017, the Greater Valley Forge (GVF) Transportation Management Association (TMA) recognized TPDer, Bryan Proska, P.E., for his outstanding work related to Transportation Demand Management (TDM) at their Annual Meeting as part of their annual Top TDM Professionals Under 40 awards program. Bryan was recognized amongst a select group of 20 ambitious leaders in the region who have made a positive impact in the transportation industry.

Bryan has been with TPD for 11 years and is a Project Manager operating out of our Camden, NJ location. His work focuses on addressing the needs of all transportation users across the Mid-Atlantic region, from efforts to install a HAWK (High-Intensity Activated crossWalK) beacon signal in Northern New Jersey to aid pedestrians crossing a busy street to planning services as part of the reconfiguration of an integral SEPTA bus loop in the Upper North Philadelphia section of the city. Bryan was actively involved in the development of parking and TDM strategies for the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks. He is currently assisting Cooper’s Ferry Partnership and the City of Camden on re-imagining the North Camden Gateway to provide an enhanced streetscape for the neighborhood that will provide greater pedestrian accommodations and transit rider amenities, expand the Circuit regional trails network, and address urban water challenges through green infrastructure techniques. He also mentors TPD’s younger engineers and interns/co-ops.

Maureen Farrell, Deputy Executive Director of GVF shared her thoughts on Bryan’s accomplishment: “Congratulations to Bryan on receiving GVF’s Top TDM Professionals Under 40 award! GVF presents these awards to ambitious leaders in the transportation industry that are working to find creative solutions to improve our quality of life. Transportation Demand Management affects everyone and the diverse backgrounds of the professionals recognized is a true testament of the ever evolving role it plays in all of our communities.”

TPD congratulates and commends all individuals and firms that were recognized at the meeting for their efforts in improving the state of transportation in our region. For more information on the event, awards, and photos, visit