15-17 South William Street, Suite 3A
New York, NY 10004

Telephone: (212) 766-1121
Facsimile: (212) 766-1122


Directed and supervised all technical and business activities of a broad-based transportation
consultancy (Transportation Alternatives) serving municipalities, private contract operators, social service agencies, transit
authorities and school districts. Concurrently, created and directed the operations of a transportation service company (PTS
Transportation) and the U.S. distributor of a line of European-manufactured buses (TAM-USA). Provided expert witness
services on more than 400 lawsuits.


1980 – Present


New York, New York


As its initial project,
Transportation Alternatives directed the U.S. Department of
Transportation’s first comprehensive study of demand-responsive
transportation systems, resulting in USDOT’s publication of TA’s
three-volume manual on paratransit planning and system design.

TA subsequently
designed several of Southern California’s most unique and
sophisticated paratransit systems for elderly and disabled
individuals, including the City of Los Angeles’ initial VALTRANS
program and multi-operator systems for Santa Monica, Pasadena and
several social service agencies. TA also designed a timed-transfer
“pulse” transit system for a suburban community (Carson) and,
almost a decade later, redesigned it to become the nation’s only
transit system directed primarily at the transportation of
schoolchildren, integrating it with service to the general public and
intersecting 13 municipal bus lines and passenger rail service. TA
also prepared five municipal transit plans, conducted a number of
coordination and consolidation studies, and engaged in dozens of
other planning and design projects for a range of public- and
private-sector clients.

In 1982, Transportation Alternatives began serving as the technical
consultant to a multi-provider paratransit brokerage system and,
subsequently, a 70-vehicle paratransit operation and non-emergency
medical transportation service (see PTS Transportation below).

Among TA’s consulting
efforts in the last decade:

  • In 1995, TA
    conducted a USAID-funded evaluation of Russian bus manufacturer
    Pavlovo Bus Factory (PAZ), examining its products, production
    facilities and export potential.

  • As a subcontractor
    to Circadian Technologies, Inc., TA conducted an FMCSA-funded
    examination of the duty cycles and operating environments of U.S.
    motorcoach services, including an identification of institutional,
    economic and operating factors which relate to driver fatigue and

  • With Dunlap &
    Associates and PTSI, TA conducted two studies (loading/unloading and
    on-time reliability problems of special education students) for the
    District of Columbia Public Schools (under the Consent Decree of a
    class action lawsuit).

  • As a subcontractor
    to Alberta-based AQL Consultants, TA undertook an analysis of the
    City of Edmonton’s Disabled Adults Transportation System,
    including an examination of DATS’ custom-designed software and
    scheduling algorithms.

  • TA developed new
    system design parameters for the State of Rhode Island’s
    statewide, consolidated paratransit system, and incorporated them
    into an RFP, grading scale and operating contract for the selection
    of vendors and the oversight of their contractual obligations.

  • As a subcontractor
    to Team Inc., TA helped develop technical specifications for a
    coordinated school/transit bus, and provided technical assistance
    about the operating and institutional barriers associated with its
    use, for an FTA-funded demonstration project.

  • I conducted
    workshops, and made conference presentations, at national, state and
    Provincial conferences on an array of subjects including: Vehicle
    selection and specification; transit and school bus crossing safety;
    driver and attendant assignment and training; system monitoring and
    evaluation; management and operations; system design; software
    applications; transportation safety and liability; driver and
    motorist fatigue; and forensic analysis and expert witness services.

  • I authored dozens
    of papers on transit, paratransit, motorcoach and school bus
    operations and safety — including regular monthly columns in
    National Bus Trader and School Transportation News, and eight papers
    published by the American Public Transportation Association in the
    Proceedings of its annual Bus and Paratransit Conferences.

  • As a Contributing
    Editor, I began authoring a multi-year series of monthly articles
    about crossing for School Transportation News, one of the school bus
    industry’s primary two trade magazines (readership: 90,000).

  • Most recently, I
    was engaged as an instructor for the newly-formed Motorcoach Academy
    initiated as a joint venture between the United Motorcoach
    Association and the College of Southern Maryland.

Since 1989, I also
served as an expert witness/consultant to attorneys and insurance
companies in more than 225 accident- or incident-related law suits
involving wrongful death, personal injury and class actions. In these
efforts, I assisted attorneys and insurance carriers representing a
range of public agencies, transit agencies, private contractors,
school districts, labor unions, social service agencies, vehicle
manufacturers, dealers, equipment manufacturers, bus drivers, and
other individuals — as well as scores of attorneys filing claims
against this same range of parties.

1982 – 1992


Van Nuys, California

Chairman/General Manager

In 1982, I formed a
transportation service company which was awarded a contract to
design, and serve as the initial broker of, a multi-modal paratransit
system transporting elderly and disabled residents of Los Angeles’
San Fernando Valley. PTS certified and transported 12,000 clients,
selected subcontractors and directed their operating activities,
designed “skeleton” routes and schedules, and monitored a $2M
operating budget.

In 1983, PTS began the
operation of its own paratransit system serving physically and
developmentally disabled residents of the San Fernando Valley. This
15-vehicle system quickly grew into a 70-vehicle operation employing
125 individuals, providing 2,200 trips daily, and grossing $6M —
including our expansion of service into the Antelope Valley. In
1988, PTS began providing non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT)
service to hospitals and medical centers throughout Los Angeles
County, beginning with seven additional vehicles and utilizing
common “spares” from the existing San Fernando Valley fleet.
Finally, PTS expanded to provide subcontract service to disabled
clients of charter service and limousine companies, and corporate
clients, as well as shuttle service to churches and other
organizations on both regular and charter bases.

1989 – 1995


Van Nuys, California

Chairman/Vice President

With initial support
from Fortune 200 company Combustion Engineering (subsequently
acquired by Asea Brown Boveri), Transportation Alternatives created a
U.S.-Yugoslav joint venture company, TAM-USA, which (following
Slovenia’s independence) became the first U.S.-Slovene Joint
Venture Company. Leveraging more than $8M in development capital from
two Slovene partners and a loan from the Slovene government, TAM-USA
became the North American distributor of all TAM truck and bus
products. (Body maker AM-BUS joined the venture in 1990 as the third

As minority partner, TA
served officially as the technical and marketing consultant to
TAM-USA. As TAM-USA’s Chairman and Vice President, I formed a User
Design Committee including representatives from USDOT, National
Safety Council, umbrella organizations representing both school
districts and private contractors, four State Directors of Pupil
Transportation, several local school district directors, and the
nation’s five largest school bus contractors (Laidlaw, Ryder,
Mayflower, VANCOM and Durham). Under my direction, the UDC provided
comprehensive design input into the transformation of a European
motorcoach vehicle envelope into a USDOT-certified school bus.
Following Slovenia’s independence, the collapse of our two major
West Coast school bus competitors, and other difficult business
challenges, we designed and introduced a single-rear-axle motorcoach
into the U.S. market, and successfully sold a dozen of them in 1993
— barely four years after the original joint venture was formed. In
the beginning of 1994, we sold another 30 motorcoaches which were
never delivered as a result of the liquidation of parent-companies
TAM BUS and Avtomontaza by the Slovene government following the
nation’s transition to democracy.

Despite TAM-USA’s
short lifespan and limited commercial success, I succeeded in getting
photographs on the cover of two issues of School Bus Fleet
magazine, and an issue of National Bus Trader magazine, along
with numerous articles, photographs and advertising in School Bus
, School Transportation News, National Bus Trader
and Bus Ride. A lengthy article about the TAM-USA project,
focusing on its transition from the school bus to motorcoach market,
was published in East European Investment magazine (September,
1993). I directed all TAM-USA advertising and public relations
activities, include the design of all advertising copy.

As a result of these
activities, TAM-USA began exporting U.S. and Canadian automotive
components to TAM BUS for inclusion in vehicles designed and exported
for Western European, Eastern European and North African markets.
The TAM-USA effort was also responsible for helping to introduce a
number of automotive components from a number of major U.S. companies
— including Rockwell and Cummins — into the bus markets in Russia,
Israel, Croatia and Slovenia.

1978, 1979


Washington, D.C.

Senior Planner

I prepared the summary
of the National Survey of the Transportation Handicapped
submitted to Congress — which, years later, formed one of the bases
for the transportation sections of the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA). I conducted a comprehensive survey of the impacts of the
Federally-required “half fare provision” for elderly and disabled
riders on transit ridership and revenue. And I served as the
principal investigator and author of a USDOT-funded study of barriers
to the diffusion of innovation in the transit industry.

1976, 1977


Washington, D.C.

Project Manager

I supervised a staff of
eight planners, helped coordinate activities for the Urban Consortium
of Technology Initiatives (members included U.S. cities with
populations over 500,000), and edited technical documents prepared
for number of studies funded by the USDOT’s Office of the Secretary
and its Urban Mass Transportation Administration (currently the
Federal Transit Administration). I also designed, and served as
Project Manager and Acting Director for, the USDOT/APTA-sponsored
National Conference on Transit Performance (September, 1977).


Washington, D.C.

Planning Associate

I helped prepare a
Unified Work Program outlining the planning and programming
activities conducted by the Illinois Department of Transportation.


George Washington University, Urban and Regional Planning, 1975

English Literature, Rutgers University, 1969


  • American Public
    Transportation Association (APTA)

  • National
    Association of Pupil Transportation (NAPT)

  • United
    Motorcoach Association (UMA)

  • National
    Congress on School Transportation (1995, 2000, 2005)

  • Committee for
    School Travel Safety, National Academy of Sciences

  • Association
    Internationale pour la Sécurité du Transport des Jeunes (AIST)

  • Access
    Committee (APTA)

  • U.S. Business
    Council for Slovenia (Director, 1991-1996)

  • U.S. Business
    Council for Southeastern Europe (Board of Directors, 1988-1996)


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Illusions and Folly.” National Bus Trader, April, 2011.

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“Humps and
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Strike You’re Out.” National Bus Trader, September, 2010.

Liability Leviathans.” National Bus Trader, August, 2010.

Eyes and Slivers.” National Bus Trader, July, 2010

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Transit and Crossing Orientation.” School Transportation News,
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Retention and Driver Impunity.” National Bus Trader, May,

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“Operators, Lawyers and Underwriters.” National Bus Trader,
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Stunning Accomplishments in Buses and Motorcoaches and their

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“Top Ten
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“Holes in Hours of Service and Why We Must Plug Them.” National
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Stops and Land Mines.” National Bus Trader, June, 2009.

the Windshield, Compromising the View.” School Transportation
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Contracting, Exploitation and Impunity.” National Bus Trader,
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Runaway Bus.” National Bus Trader, March, 2009.

Retention.” National Bus Trader, February, 2009.

Things you should Know about Seat Belts.” National Bus Trader,
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the Passengers, Double the Responsibility: Part 2.” National Bus
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Doors and Second Chances.” National Bus Trader, June, 2008

Steel Wave.” School Transportation News, May, 2008.

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Safety to Reduce Liability Exposure.” School Transportation
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and Bikes – Mass, Visibility and Unfair Fights.” National Bus
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Enigma of the Non-Yellow Schoolbus.” School Transportation News,
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and Virtuosity.” National Bus Trader, March, 2008.

Being There.” National Bus Trader, February, 2008.

Evidence, Bad Faith.” National Bus Trader, January, 2008.

Rights and Common Sense.” National Bus Trader, December,

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to the Stop and Along the Path.” School Transportation News,
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and Precursors.” National Bus Trader, September, 2007.

Case Depicts Relationship of School Bus Stops to Student Security:
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and Security: Part 1.” School Transportation News, July,

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Want of a Door.” National Bus Trader, June, 2007.

Bus Stops.” School Transportation News, May, 2007.

Off the Bus.” National Bus Trader, May, 2007.

Case for Forward-Facing Seats.” National Bus Trader, April,

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Versus System Choice.” National Bus Trader, February, 2007.

Picks the Stops.” School Transportation News, February,

the Store.” National Bus Trader, January, 2007.

We Are and What We Do.” School Transportation News,
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Things to Come.” School Transportation News, December, 2006.

Filing.” National Bus Trader, December, 2006.

Tomorrow’s Buses Today: Part 9: Accessibility and Securement.”
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Tomorrow’s Buses Today: Part 7: Illumination and Visibility.”
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Tomorrow’s Buses Today: Part 6: Crash Avoidance and Protection.”
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Your Passengers.” School Transportation News, November,

Preparation and the S-Word.” National Bus Trader, November,

Bidding and Competitive Safety.” National Bus Trader,
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and Sounds.” National Bus Trader, September, 2005.

and Indignation.” National Bus Trader, August, 2005.

and Indifference.” National Bus Trader, July, 2005.

Seven Deadliest Sins.” National Bus Trader, June, 2005.

the Passengers.” National Bus Trader, May, 2005.

and Longitude.” National Bus Trader, April, 2005.

and Liability.” National Bus Trader, March, 2005.

in the Fast Food Nation.” National Bus Trader, February,

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the Windshield, Missing the Point.” National Bus Trader,
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Time and Cycle Time.” National Bus Trader, October, 2004.

the Trainers.” National Bus Trader, September, 2004.

Documentation Dilemma.” National Bus Trader, August, 2004.

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Carriers and Common Passengers.” National Bus Trader, June,

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