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Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Mario Fiorillo, SI Florida, New York, New Jersey WORK EXPERIENCE
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers SCHOOLING Atlantic University – Architect – 1972 Northwestern University – 1979 Computer Processing Institute – Bridgeport, CT (Business Computer Programming) Polytechnic Institute of New York – 1985 Highway Capacity Manual Georgia Institute of Technology – 1988 Traffic signal Operation at Local Intersections International Municipal Signal Association Work Zone Safety Certification Traffic Signal Certification – 1992 Traffic Signal Inspection Certification – 2007 FDOT-IMSA COMPANIES Wilbur Smith and Associates – Engineer - New York City Raymond Keyes Engineers – Engineer - Elmwood Park, New York Langan Engineering – Traffic Engineer - Elmwood Park, New Jersey The RBA Group Project Manager – Morristown, New Jersey Keith and Schnars Senior Project Manager – West Palm Beach, Florida Calvin Giordano and Associates Senior Traffic Engineer (PM) – West Palm Beach, Florida
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Mario Fiorillo, SI Senior Traffic Engineer - Traffic Signal Inspector Home (772) , Cell (772) SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Mario Fiorillo has over 25 years of diverse experience in the areas of Traffic Signal Design and Traffic Operations, with particular skills in the detailed analysis of traffic operations. He has been involved in the design of both isolated and network signal projects, and has directed a number of Traffic Impact and Parking Studies, Signal Warrant, developed conceptual, preliminary and final Traffic Signal Plans, Signing, Striping and Maintenance of Protection of Traffic “Work Zone” for a wide variety of private developers and public agencies. His experience includes the use of numerous Transportation software such as PASSER, TRANSYT7F, TRAF-NETSIM, SYNCHRO plus SimTRAFFIC, CORSIM, SOAP, CINEMA, HCS, and others. Mr. Fiorillo has developed numerous Civil and Transportation Engineering software, for use in-house and in the field. He has also developed numerous project and companies web site. Midway Road Study, from 25 th Street to Turnpike St. Lucie, Florida. Prepared Traffic Signal Plans for three intersections (Jenkins Rd., Selvitz Rd., and 25 TH Street) along Midway Road (CR 712). Duties included existing signal inventory and Synchro analysis of this corridor between FTPK overpass and 25 TH Street. During this analysis storage length from the main road into unsignalized intersections were estimated and design, duties included the inventory of existing conditions, developing phasing, timing, electrical wiring diagram signalization layouts, details etc using Microstation. The signalization Plans included: Key Sheet, Tabulation of Quantities, General notes, Signalization Plan for the above three intersections, Guide Sign Sheet, and Mast Tabulation. Isla Verde of Wellington, Wellington, Florida PROJECT EXPERIENCE City of Homestead Traffic Consultant, Homestead, Florida. Developed computer software (Excel) to manage the City Concurrency Management System within the City limits. Serve as part of the technical team reviewing traffic studies, and the City concurrency management system roadway network; provide committed development traffic to consultants preparing Traffic Impact Studies within the City limit.
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers City of West Palm Beach, Florida Transportation Planner Consultant to The City of West Palm Beach, work at City Hall helping the Planning Department on Traffic and transportation issues. From preparing and reviewing Traffic Impact Studies, parking layout, internal circulation, provide recommendation to the City Planning Department before current applications are approve. City of Fort Pierce, Florida Developed computer software (Excel) to manage the City Concurrency Management System within the City limits. The proposed new turning movement site traffic for a proposed development is enter on individual spread sheet, this site traffic is added to the existing traffic plus Background growth. Capacity of the links or the sum of NB(EB) and SB(WB) are analyzed during the P.M. Peak Hour. Bi-directional link capacity analysis of the existing Traffic Volumes is perform thru-ought the network. The contributing percentage of each individual approved project to each of the links is also calculated and it will be use for future mitigation. The existing traffic volume can also be updated via spread sheet. A total of 13 major corridor were developed with 42 nodes and approximately 62 links for this network. Walton Road-4 Lanes Improvements City of Port St. Lucie, Florida Prepared Signal and Electrical Design for two intersections along Walton Rod. Duties included the inventory and Synchro analysis of this corridor between Village Green Drive and Lennard Road. During this analysis storage length from the main road into unsignalized intersections were estimated and design, duties included the inventory of existing conditions, developing phasing, timing, electrical wiring diagram signalization layouts, details etc using AutoCAD. SignalSignal Isla Verde of Wellington, Wellington, Florida Preparation of signalization plan for main access driveway and State Road 7 (U.S. 441), duties included the inventory of existing conditions, developing phasing, timing, electrical wiring diagram signalization layouts, details etc using AutoCAD. Signal PlanSignal Plan Palm Beach, Florida Refurbished existing traffic signal at Royal Poinciana and Cocoanut Row after hurricane damages from 2005, duties included the preparation of plan removal of temporary signalization and future updated signalization plan, electrical wiring diagram layouts, etc.
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Weston General Planning Services, Weston, Florida Currently modeling and analyzing the existing and projected traffic operations of the Weston Road arterial from South post Road to Griffin Road using Synchro and SimTraffic software. Includes analysis of gap study data, speed study data and traffic classification data. Future signalization of three intersection within the City limit. Midway Road PD&E Study, St. Lucie, Florida Currently modeling and analyzing the existing and future traffic operations of the Midway Road arterial from South 25th Street to US-1 using Synchro and SimTraffic software. Includes analysis of traffic operations of various proposed Midway Road cross-sections. Developed and maintain Project Web Site. Project Web Site Tri-Rail Double Track Corridor, South Florida Tri- Rail Double Track Corridor improvement Program, Segment 5 Project that will allow the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority/Tri-Rail to expand commute rail service to relieve South Florida’s congested highways while providing improved connectivity. Once completed, the Segment 5 Project will allow SFRT/Trail-Rail to run trains every 20 minutes during pea hours. This work included the review of existing safety conditions at 32 major crossing between Palm Beach, Broward and Dade County and the modification and expansion of signal. For this study, existing traffic data and observation of existing queues at these locations were observed and a simulation of the existing condition was developed using SimTraffic in order to duplicated the field observation. This file was them modified on the basis of future traffic projections and new train schedules to simulate future condition and analyzed possible queues between major intersections and railroad City of West Palm Beach, Florida Transportation Planner Consultant to The City of West Palm Beach, work at City Hall helping the Planning Department on Traffic and transportation issues. From preparing and reviewing Traffic Impact Studies, parking layout, internal circulation, provide recommendation to the City Planning Department before current applications are approve. Blessed John XXIII, Miramar, Florida The project includes a Church, School, Office and 75 DU of Senior Residential. Currently modeling and analyzing the existing and projected traffic operations along Miramar Parkway between SW 172nd AVE. and I-75 SB ON and OFF ramps using Synchro and SimTraffic software.
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Truck Route Management and Community Impact Reduction, NY (NYCDOT). 1.Field investigation of existing truck route complaints by the Public, Community representatives and registered complaints within the City of New York. Project CLICKCLICK 2. Prepared Presentation to address complaints during night meeting with the Public and Elected Officials. sample CLICKCLICK 3.Design Truck Route Signs and Developed Templates showing Sign location at different approaches based on Truck Route alternatives and intersection Geometrics. sample CLICKCLICK Employee Parking Lot Design Cargo Area Jet Blue, NY (Kennedy Airport). 1.Analyzed existing traffic volumes during the AM and PM Peak Hours on the vicinity of the proposed Parking Lot in order to determine best access points and location for future security gates based on traffic Queues at the access points. 2.Design Parking Lot Layout, and drainage. Prepare recommendations for the modification of an existing traffic signal to accommodate for pedestrian crossing by adding Pedestrian heads and revised the existing timing and phasing. New Paltz Buildings, New Paltz, NY 1.Redesign existing parking lot layout based on new site configuration and proposed grade. 2.Storm-water management design in conformance with the new guidelines by the DEC 3.Design water quality Bioretention (First Flush) and Detention Basins using HydroCad and TR55. Aveccina Academy School, Yonkers, Westchester County, New York 1.Prepare Traffic Impact Study for a proposed private Aveccina Academy School. The study was requested by the City Planning Board to address existing and proposed traffic impact, off-street parking and to identify any mitigative measures that would minimize traffic flow congestion through the adjacent streets. Metropolitan Avenue Bridge, Queens/Brooklyn, New York 1.Prepare the first SPDES permit Form NY-2C “State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System” for the City of New York. This permit will allow the facility “The Bridge” to discharge into the English Kill Creek the surface water runoff and infiltration water collected in the PITS where the counterweight of this Bascular bridge falls into during the opening of the bridge. The bridge was built in 1933 and it is undergoing rehabilitation.
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Rehabilitation of Willow Avenue Bridge, Hudson County Project CLICKCLICK 1.For this project, three sets of Maintenance and Protection of Traffic were developed from a single lane closure to a full closure of the bridge. 3.During the full closure of the bridge, a temporary traffic signal plan was designed for the intersection at Park Avenue and 9th Street. New Hempstead Road Improvement Project “Traffic and Safety Study Technical Memorandum”, Rockland County Highway Department, NY. 1.Prepared Technical Memorandum summarizing, the 2006 no build and 2006 build conditions traffic operations and safety conditions within the study corridor on New Hempstead Road between the PIP and NYS 304 in New City. Bus ramp signs and signals upgrade, New York. Project CLICKCLICK 1.Identified and recommended the signs and signals that required replacement for the Port Authority Bus Terminal Facility in mid-town Manhattan. 2.Replaced all Drum signs with VMSs. 3.Developed a web site to share real-time information between all consultants and the PANYNJ. This web site provided information of major updates, team directory, meeting schedule, pictures of each individual sign, stream video of the major structures under study and design information for the proposed 10 VMS’s location. 4.Prepared traffic control plans describing control measures to be used for facilitating road use through the work zone during construction on the vicinity of the Bus Terminal. Newark Airport Traffic Study, Newark, NJ. Land use and transportation project. 1.Developed future trip base on existing vacant land and unoccupied building along Frelinhuysen Avenue between Route 22 and Virginia Street. 2.Performed Capacity Analysis along this corridor and prepared recommendations for the overall project using Synchro and SimTraffic. Project CLICKCLICK
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Westfield Traffic Analysis, Westfield, Union. 1.Performed traffic impact study for the development of 59,848 s.f. of supermarket, based on four different schemes. 2.Redistributed traffic through an existing network of streets in the vicinity of the proposed site. American Airline Terminal, JFK, Queens County, NY. 1.Reviewed all proposed traffic signals on this project including phasing, and timing. 2.Inspected and approved traffic signal operation at the two new access points to the terminal, prior to activation. 3.Revised parking layout to comply with new PANYNJ security regulations after 9/11.
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Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers FIELD SURVEY: 1)The only “TRUCK ROUTE” sign posted at this critical point is at Farmers Boulevard NB with 109 th Street. This sign is hard to see and during the summer is probably obstructed by the foliage of some the trees in front of it. 2)A second sign located at 104 th Avenue encourage TRUCKS to remain on Farmers Blvd. until they reach the next truck route. To see location click here COMPLAINT AREA LEGEND: LOCALTRUCK ROUTE Farmers Blvd. NB and 110 th Rd. TRAFFIC PATTERNS RECOMMENDATION Farmers Blvd. NB and Brinkerhoff Ave./109 th Rd. COMPLAINT AREA FARMERS BLVD. COMPLAINT AREA FARMERS BLVD. Return link
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers RECOMMENDATIONS: 1) Because of roadway alignment and poor sight distance provide an advanced “LOCAL TRUCK” sign north of 100 th Rd. and Farmers Boulevard. 2) Provide new “LOCAL TRUCK” signs at the intersection of Brinkerhoff/ 109 th Avenue and Farmers Boulevard. COMPLAINT AREA LEGEND: LOCALTRUCK ROUTE Farmers Blvd. NB and 110 th Rd. TRAFFIC PATTERNS LOCAL Brinkerhoff Ave. LOCAL COMPLAINT AREA FARMERS BLVD. COMPLAINT AREA FARMERS BLVD. Note : All proposed signs are “NOT TO SCALE” Farmers Blvd. NB and Brinkerhoff Ave./109 th Rd. Return link
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “A” This project is built around a community based approach where communities are given the opportunity to highlight how truck traffic impacts their communities. Business interests are also encouraged to participate in how Truck Routes affect their daily business. The goal of this initiative is to coordinate engineering, education, information, and enforcement efforts so that trucks remain on designated truck routes until reaching their destination, and so that they do not inappropriately utilize residential streets. Throughout the project, the Department and Consultants has held numerous public meetings to work with communities on highlighting the issues and concerns affecting their neighborhoods and each workshop was built around targeted study areas. Return link A. Truck Route Management and Community Impact Reduction, NY (NYCDOT)
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “F” 1) Developed preliminary MPT’s alternatives for CutCover, Mined, and TBM operations. 2) Model existing and proposed traffic along Second Avenue to simulated (Sim Traffic) different lane closure during construction. 3) Analyzed Signalized and Unsignalized Intersections along the proposed construction zone. 4) Developed Preliminary cost estimates for all stations under the Cut-Cover, Mined and TBM operation. 5) Developed Power Point presentations linking special MPT’s areas to stream video and still pictures. This file was created to be used by the Second Avenue Subway Project Team to review specific location for Land Use, Lane, Geometric, and others. Return link F. Second Avenue Subway Project, New York, NY (MTA)
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “G” Prepared traffic control plans describing control measures devices to be used for facilitating road use through the work zone. Traffic control devices include, but are not limited to, barricades, warning signs, trailers, flashers, cones, drums, pavement marking, and flagmen as required. For this project, three sets of Maintenance and Protection of Traffic were developed from a single lane closure to a full closure of the bridge. MPT plan for a detour route to access the Lincoln Tunnel were developed for the full closure of the bridge and a two phase temporary traffic signal was design to control the detour traffic. Return link G. Rehabilitation of Willow Avenue Bridge, Hudson County, NJ video
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “I” The scope of work included: identifying and making recommendations for the replacement of overhead Traffic Signs and Signals at the Port Authority Bus Terminal Facility in mid-town Manhattan. The project has 32 Static Signs, 10 Drum Signs and 4 Blank-out signs. Replace all Static Signs, Drum signs with VMS’s, and Blank-out Signs. Developed a Project Web-Site to share real-time information between all Consultants, different manufactures and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. sample CLICK CLICK Return link I. Bus ramp signs and signals upgrade, New York.
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “J” Provided design services for this Land Use and Transportation Project. Developed future trip base on existing vacant land and unoccupied buildings along Frelinghuysen Avenue between Route 22 and Virginia Street. Performed Signalized and Unsignalized Capacity Analysis at five of the major intersections along this corridor. Prepared recommendations for the overall Project. Used Zynchro software to perform Capacity Analysis at the five leg intersection of Frelinghusen and Meeker Street. Developed Traffic simulation for the AM and PM peak hours for this corridor. Incorporate this simulation created by the Port Authority of NY and NJ for the overall Newark Airport Study. Return link J. Newark Airport Traffic Study, Newark, NJ
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “M” This project consisted of the design, preparation and implementation of multiple traffic signal timing plans including re- timing and modification of cycle, offset and splits. The goal of this project was to create optimum flow patterns based on proposed volumes generated by the proposed expansion of the existing Cumberland Mall. In total, seven intersections were part of this project, including five existing and two new signals. Return link M. Cumberland Mall, Cumberland, N.J.
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “N” Provide Engineering Services throughout the design, approval, and construction phases for a 118,000 sq ft holesale/retail warehouse for Costco Wholesale. Duties included the inventory of existing conditions, performance of highway capacity analysis based on traffic counts taken during the AM and PM Weekday peak hours, and during the Weekend peak hour. Prepared traffic signal at the Intersection of Main Avenue and Bridwell Place, Clifton, New Jersey. Developed signing, striping, phasing, timing, wiring diagram layout and getting all approval required for construction. Return link N. Costco Wholesale Warehouse, Costco Wholesale CORP.
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “P” Performed traffic analysis based on traffic counts taken during the AM and PM peak hours. Prepared traffic warrant analysis at the intersection of Green Lane and Campus Entrance, Union Township, New Jersey. The intersection improvements consist of a Traffic Signal Design and Pedestrian Safety improvements. Design Services will include the procurement of an “Authorization to Design” for the Traffic Signal from The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT); preparation of preliminary/final design/construction documents for bid purposes; and provision of construction support. Preparation of traffic warrant study and signalization plan for one intersection, duties included the inventory of existing conditions and performance of highway and pedestrian analysis. Return link P. Kean University Signalization and Intersection Improvements, Union County, NJ
Mario Fiorillo – Transportation – Civil - Computers Project Worksheet “R” Property Trust. Prepared plans for ¾ miles of state highway to support development of more than 200 acres consisting of light industrial/planned unit development. The infrastructure design consisted of construction plans, roadway profile, cross sections, grading, drainage, signalization design and electrical plans for two new intersections and the redesign of an existing one. Return link R. Commodore Business Park., US Route 322, Logan Township, NJ.