Adrian Witte, PE
Micromobility Practice Lead
Adrian Witte is a licensed Professional Engineer with a background in transportation planning, traffic operations, safety analysis, and roadway and intersection design. With a master’s degree in engineering, he combines his analytic ability with creative idea-generation sharpened from over twelve years of national and international experience. Adrian is adept at considering all aspects of a project and delivering holistic transportation solutions.
Adrian specializes in delivering high-profile transportation projects and his project experience includes signal timing and intersection operations analysis, corridor operation and safety studies, cycle track and innovative bikeway design, pedestrian improvement plans, transit priority implementation, road safety auditing, and crash reconstruction. He is our in-house micromobility expert, having played a leading role in the implementation of bikeshare systems in New York, Columbus, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Sacramento, Honolulu, South Bend, and San Antonio.
Outside of the office, Adrian is a keen rugby player.
Honolulu Bikeshare Planning
Toole Design planned and implemented “Biki,” Honolulu’s 1,000-bike, 100-station bikeshare system, providing both City residents and visitors with an outstanding…
Montgomery County Dockless Bikeshare Evaluation and Policy Support
Montgomery County, MD
With this first-of-its-kind project, Toole Design helped Montgomery County, MD evaluate the impact of dockless bikeshare programs on the community…
South Bend Bikeshare Implementation Plan
South Bend, IN
Toole Design worked with the City of South Bend and the University of Notre Dame to identify the opportunities and…
LA Metro Bike Share
Los Angeles, CA
The Los Angeles Metro Bike Share system expands the reach of the city’s transit system and makes it more useful…