Daniel has significant transportation planning and engineering experience, including traffic impact studies, traffic simulation, field data collection and analysis, Transportation Demand Management (TDM), roadway signing and striping plans, bicycle planning and facilities design, parking studies, functional parking lot and garage design, and multi-modal planning efforts. He has been involved with various types of projects including educational institutions, mixed-use developments, commercial and retail developments, office developments, and government facilities throughout the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland. He takes great interest in the multi-modal component of urban projects that require innovative solutions to benefit all modes of transportation. Daniel holds both LEED AP ND and AICP credentials and is an active member of Urban Land Institute (ULI) Washington.
Daniel is a native of Israel who has lived in the District with his wife since 2014. Outside of work, Daniel volunteers at the National Building Museum’s CityVision program to teach DC public school students the basics of urban planning, design, architecture, and community-oriented planning. He enjoys playing soccer, ultimate frisbee, cycling, board games, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.