Norman L. Marshall
Master of Science in Engineering Sciences
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1982
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, 1977
Smart Mobility, Inc, Norwich, VT
November 1, 2001 Present
Mr. Marshall helped found Smart Mobility, Inc. in 2001 and is its President. Since SMIs founding, Mr. Marshall has managed projects in the Chicago, Austin, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Louisville and other regions.
Resource Systems Group, White River Junction VT
Senior Associate, Area Director, Senior Project Consultant
October 1987 - October 2001
During his 14 years at Resource Systems Group, Mr. Marshall developed a national reputation for innovative work in regional travel demand modeling and transportation/land use interactions. His experience includes developing travel demand models for Burlington Vermont, Portland Maine, Syracuse New York, the New Hampshire Seacoast region, and a statewide model for Georgia. He has completed many projects in Vermont covering areas including estimating traffic volumes, traffic operations, traffic impact studies parking, transit needs, and transit operations.
Relevant Projects (Partial List)
State Routes 5 & 92 Scoping Phase evaluating Transportation Systems Management (TSM), Transportation Demand Management (TDM), transit and highway widening alternatives for the New York State Department of Transportation using local and national data, and a linkage between a regional network model and a detailed subarea CORSIM model.
Trip Generation Characteristics of Multi-Use Developments estimated internal vehicle trips, internal pedestrian trips, and trip-making characteristics of residents at large multi-use developments in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
L&M Park, South Burlington, Vermont evaluated impacts of a proposed mixed use development on an entire urban arterial corridor. As a result of the study, a mitigation strategy was adopted that included formation of a Transportation Management Association (TMA).
State Routes 5 & 92 Scoping Phase evaluating TSM, TDM, transit and highway widening alternatives for the New York State Department of Transportation using local and national data, and a linkage between a regional network model and a detailed subarea operations model using CORSIM.
Associate Member, Institute of Transportation Engineers
Individual Affiliate, Transportation Research Board
Recent Publications and Presentations
Chicago Metropolis 2020: The Business Community Develops an Integrated Land Use/Transportation Plan with Lucinda Gibson, P.E., Frank Beal and John Fregonese, presented at the Transportation Research Boards Conference on Planning Applications, Fort Lauderdale Florida, March 2003.
Evidence of Induced Travel with Bill Cowart, presented in association with the Ninth Session of the Commission on Sustainable Development, United Nations, New York City, April 2001.
Evidence of Induced Demand in the Texas Transportation Institutes Urban Roadway Congestion Study Data Set, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D. C: January 2000.