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As transportation experts committed to continuous learning, ISL is proud to sponsor the 2020 TAC Conference!  

The focus this year is ‘The Journey to Safer Roads’. To keep with the theme, we will be covering everything from:  

  • variable speed limits, 
  • sustainable transportation modes in constrained environments, 
  • evacuation route planning, 
  • and so much more!  

With a total of 8 transportation-focused technical presentations and one innovative partner demo, we’ve got a full plate this year. We hope you’ll join us!  

As a Transportation Engineer & Community Planner, Michael provides professional transportation engineering and planning services to both public and private sectors. Michael is responsible for transportation master and network planning, traffic engineering and road safety, traffic simulation and modeling, roadway functional planning and preliminary design.

Michael Ge P.Eng., PTOE, MPlan, M.Sc.

Transportation Engineer / Community Planner

Variable Speed Limit Scoping Study on QEII

Alberta Transportation (AT) initiated this VSL scoping study to outline specific requirements for implementation on the QEII corridor between Calgary and Edmonton.

St. Albert Speed Limit Study

Application of the TAC Guidelines for Establishing Posted Speed Limits (GEPSL) included all 108 km of St. Albert’s arterial and collector roadways, divided into 111 separate analysis segments.

Dan specializes in transportation master planning, policy development, servicing studies, and network planning, traffic impact assessments, parking strategy and traffic operations. Dan’s mix of expertise in transportation planning and traffic operations reflects his ability for developing solutions sensitive to both areas.

Daniel Zeggelaar P.Eng., PTOE

Transportation Project Manager

As the Senior 3D Visualization Specialist with Marketing and Creative Services at ISL, Arthur is responsible for project-related 3D graphics and animations, interactive 3D tools, interactive graphics, photography, communications and other multimedia material.

Arthur Chin

3D Visualization Specialist

Christian is a Junior Engineering Technologist in ISL’s Edmonton office responsible for design/drafting of site grading and servicing (storm, sanitary, water and surface improvements) for single, multifamily and country residential developments, commercial, industrial and institutional projects

Christian Larsen

Junior Engineering Technologist T.T

Complete Street Design Guide

Complete Streets move people, not just cars. They are designed and operated to enable safe and comfortable use for all, regardless of age or ability. 

Roy has over 20 years of experience as a Transportation Planner and is committed to making good transportation planning decisions that support land use, environmental, social and economic aspirations.

Roy Symons P.Eng.,

Manager, Transportation Planning

As a Transportation Engineer & Community Planner, Michael provides professional transportation engineering and planning services to both public and private sectors. Michael is responsible for transportation master and network planning, traffic engineering and road safety, traffic simulation and modeling, roadway functional planning and preliminary design.

Michael Ge P.Eng., PTOE, MPlan, M.Sc.

Transportation Engineer / Community Planner

North Calgary Regional Transportation Study

ISL’s approach of stage gate decision-making, consensus building, comprehensive technical analysis and a objective evaluation process, now serves as the precedent for cooperative regional infrastructure planning and prioritization in Calgary.

Nanaimo Emergency Services Evacuation Route Planning

One of the key principals of evacuation planning is to develop appropriate and flexible plans based on the analyses of hazard risk and vulnerability, population, and response capability. 

Alvin is responsible for traffic engineering, road safety, and transportation planning projects with experience in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.
Darren is passionate for tying together integrated multimodal urban mobility networks and land use in innovative ways that foster sustainable, safe and vibrant cities.
Darren Proulx and Alvin Tse, P.Eng.,

Transportation Engineers

As a Transportation Engineer, Jack is responsible for the planning, engineering, coordination and management of roadway projects. Specific responsibilities include project management; roadway functional planning; preliminary and detailed design of rural and urban roadways
Jack Mason P.Eng., CPESC

Transportation Engineer

Highway 3:02 Functional Planning Study

Highway 3, from east of Sentinel to North of Pincher Creek, is currently being considered for twinning for a total length of approximately 54 km.

Nanaimo Emergency Services Evacuation Route Planning

One of the key principals of evacuation planning is to develop appropriate and flexible plans based on the analyses of hazard risk and vulnerability, population, and response capability. 

Alvin is responsible for traffic engineering, road safety, and transportation planning projects with experience in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.
Darren is passionate for tying together integrated multimodal urban mobility networks and land use in innovative ways that foster sustainable, safe and vibrant cities.
Darren Proulx and Alvin Tse, P.Eng.,

Transportation Engineers

Ben is responsible for the design and drawing production of highway, urban roads, water distribution, wastewater collection and stormwater management projects for ISL. His areas of expertise include conceptual, preliminary and detailed design and drawing production; preparation of existing base plans using survey data and existing records; alignment, geometry and corridor modeling using Civil3D.
Ben Peebles, AScT

Civil Design Technologist

Gatensbury Road Improvements

Gatensbury Road in Port Moody is now safer for all road users, and more accessible and more comfortable to use for pedestrians and cyclists.

Deltaport Truck Staging Facility

Parking and queuing had been a source of aggravation on the roads due to terminal closures from high wind events and other incidents.

Cory provides his expertise in designing the best geometric solutions to a wide variety of highway challenges and solutions as well as project management, planning, design and construction of road and drainage projects. His areas of expertise include survey, planning, design, contract administration, value engineering, technical advice, quality reviews, and design for vulnerable road users.
Cory Clark P.Eng.,

Lead Technical Engineer, Highway Design