Known to all as a collaborative and seasoned leader, Tim Boesch brings more than 20 years of transportation planning experience in academic, public agency and private consulting arenas. He is skilled at providing expert testimony for public agencies, solid analytical analysis for transportation planning, and translation of complicated material for stakeholder comprehension.
Over the course of his career, Tim has supported a wide range of services regarding traffic and toll revenue forecasting, toll collection technology, downtown circulation, highway corridor analysis and transit corridor planning. Tim’s recent work with the Puget Sound Transportation Futures Task Force has helped regional leaders define a vision for long-range transportation funding and governance.
How might clients describe you? As a responsive, detailed project manager who comprehends them, their stakeholders and the public, and as someone who produces useful and technically correct work.
What is the best part of your work day? When I hear from our clients that their project stakeholders and the public are happy with our work.
What’s something you enjoy doing on your day off? Taking a ferry ride across Puget Sound to go camping in my teardrop trailer.
Transportation projects have social, institutional and technical issues. Combining them into solutions that help people is inspirational.
Tim facilitated the diverse stakeholder interests for a 19-member appointed Metropolitan Planning Organization Commission.