Taylor Dennerlein, PE, AICP
Project Engineer II | Associate
Taylor is an engineer in Toole Design’s Boston office. With master’s degrees in City and Regional Planning and Environmental Engineering, she approaches projects through the dual lens of engineering and planning, with a focus on safety and multimodal user experiences. Her work includes Road Diet guidelines for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Vision Zero Rapid implementation projects, traffic analysis, multimodal intersection delay calculations, the development of collision diagrams, and concept designs. She is an AICP Candidate and Engineer-in-Training.
Outside of the office, Taylor enjoys rock climbing, hiking, and eating.
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