Joey is a traffic engineer who has provided alternative traffic design concepts throughout the United States. He is passionate about multimodal traffic design and takes pride incorporating pedestrians, bicycles, and transit accommodations into traditional automobile and freight transportation projects. Always seeking a better solution, he stays informed on newer traffic concepts such as diverging diamond interchanges, continuous flow intersections, ramp meters, and road diets—a method to redistribute available roadway space to other transportation modes.
Joey enjoys blazing new trails, like designing the first two ramp meter installations in the state of Louisiana. He is currently applying the breadth of his experience to serving as the traffic expert for the City of Baton Rouge’s MOVEBR Community Enhancement program. In this role, he oversees and guides the traffic study and design processes for over 30 projects within East Baton Rouge Parish.
Outside of work, Joey enjoys spending time with his wife and two small children. He also finds great fulfillment in volunteering for the ACE Mentor Program of Greater New Orleans, where he helps high school students gain valuable experience in the construction industry.