Education: PhD, Transportation Engineering and Planning MScE, Transportation Engineering and Planning BScE, Civil Engineering
Languages: English, Spanish (functional), French (functional)
Technology, Operations, Knowledge Transfer, Training
LinkedIN Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryl-fleming-1454995/
Current Company: The eTrans Group, Inc.
Current Position: Principal
Experience Description: 35 years program management experience on large infrastructure projects (collectively over $15B in current dollars) Pioneer in the development and application of automated toll systems (especially all-electronic tolling), automated enforcement systems, and fleet management systems Other areas of expertise include contract management, systems procurement, highway design, traffic operations, roadway safety, and light rail operations. Ass. Professor of Civil Engineering, U. of Colorado, Denver, Adjunct faculty at U. C. Berkeley and Cal Poly Pomona
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I am one of the pioneers of electronic toll collection (including all electronic tolling – AET), and automated enforcement systems. e.g. I was Deputy PM and Technical Director for Hughes/Raytheon TMS for the design, development, install and initial operations of the H407 ETR in Toronto, Ontario, the first fully electronic automated toll system in the world. Other representative projects on which I have been in responsible charge of the toll programs from their planning to initial operations, include: The Toll Roads in OC, CA, the GA 400 in Atlanta, GA, the AutoExpreso ETC program in Puerto Rico., and the initial ETC Program in Panama City, Panama. I have also been in responsible charge of several of the E-ZPass deployments, and systems testing-verification programs for the South-Bay Expressway (Route 125) in San Diego, CA and the Port Mann Bridge Project in Vancouver, British Columbia. I was also part of the clean-up recovery team called in after the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11 2001. My role on this effort was to manage the development, installation and initial operation of an itinerary verification system that secured trucks hauling debris from the WTC site.