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We're staying busy and are thrilled to be working on the following projects, which include mobility, safety, parklands, and place management efforts in Ohio and beyond.

Cleveland Vision Zero Action Plan


Bongorno Consulting is part of an experienced team of local and national firms who will help the City of Cleveland and its partners move their two-year Vision Zero effort forward through development and implementation of policies, programs, and practices that reduce and eliminate serious injuries and deaths related to traffic. Bongorno Consulting is leading Task Force engagement and Plan & Policy Review for the project, which began in early 2021.

Downtown Memphis TMA Stakeholder Assessment and Parking White Paper

Chris was part of the Nelson\Nygaard team that completed a Parking Study and TMA feasibility study for Downtown Memphis and the Memphis Medical District in 2019-2020. In 2021, Bongorno Consulting is working with Ease Consult to assist the Downtown Memphis Commission with implementation of the plan, including analysis of opportunities for shared parking management and targeted on-street parking pricing to support the broader mobility and TDM objectives in Downtown Memphis.

University Circle Improvement District

University Circle, one of the most unique and vibrant square miles in the country, is managed by the non-profit University Circle Inc. (UCI), a versatile and high-performing community service corporation. UCI is examining options to expand resources through establishment of a special improvement district that will help them provide safety, transportation, and other place management services. Bongorno Consulting is supporting this effort through peer review, data & scenario analysis, and coordination with various City of Cleveland departments.

Holden Parks Trust Strategic Planning

The Holden Parks Trust (HPT) is a charitable trust established for the purpose of “improving, beautifying or adorning” three historic parks on Cleveland's east side. Over the past 30 years, HPT has invested more than $8 million in a variety of planning, capital improvement and landscape projects. Bongorno Consulting has served as General Consultant to the Trust since 2013 and has worked throughout 2020 to develop a 5-year Strategic Plan for parklands investments, aligning with the priorities and investment strategies of the City of Cleveland and other community partners.

Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Micro-Mobility Network Expansion

The City of Cleveland and seven neighboring municipalities in Cuyahoga County are working to expand the region's shared micro-mobility network to increase access and improve system performance for all users. Bongorno Consulting is leading the consulting team in development of station or "hub" typologies, placement diagrams, graphic design and educational materials, cost estimating, and bid specification sheets to support implementation of network enhancements across the region.

Tempe Urban Core Alternative Transportation Implementation Plan

As part of a comprehensive transportation demand management (TDM) implementation plan for Tempe, Arizona's Urban Core, Bongorno Consulting will conduct a transportation management association (TMA) feasibility analysis and implementation plan. Work is under way on the early stages of the plan and the TMA work is slated to begin in fall 2021.

Transportation Demand Management Certified Professional (TDM-CP)

Chris recently earned the TDM-CP credential as one of the inaugural class of 80 such professionals in the United States. This national certification program for TDM professionals is administered by the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT), the leading advocacy organization for commuter transportation and TDM professionals. Chris is an active member of ACT and serves as the Vice President of the Midwest Chapter.

As a TDM-CP, Chris brings expertise in addressing access, connectivity, and congestion in urban areas, as well as mobility challenges in rural and developing regions. Bongorno Consulting is ready to help you meet the diverse needs of residents, commuters, and employers in your community.