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Bruce Griesenbeck


Bruce Griesenbeck is the Principal Transportation Analyst and manages the Data and Analysis group at the Sacramento Area Council of Governments.  His specialty is travel demand forecasting, and he serves on the Transportation Research Board Travel Forecasting Committee.

 

Bruce served on the Technical Advisory Committee for the of the SB 743 implementation assistance program, “From Driving More to Driving Less,” and supervised the case studies on the Cannery in Davis and the Woodland General Plan.

 

With Gordon Garry, Bruce is the author of “Comparison of Activity-Based Tour Model to Four-Step Model as a Tool for Metropolitan Transportation Planning,” prepared for the National Transportation Planning Applications Conference.

 

Previously he was Principal Transportation Analyst at SACOG and Senior Transportation Analyst at DKS.

 

M.A.     Civil Engineering, University of California, Berkeley

M.A.     City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley

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