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Peter PlumeauPeter Plumeau is Vice President at Economic Development Research Group, and leads the firm’s metropolitan planning, policy, and strategy practice. With over 20 years’ experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors, he focuses on developing strategies, policies, and approaches for harmonizing transportation system plans with community design and economic development. As part of the firm’s management team, he plays a lead role in EDR Group's overall business development and client relations.

Mr. Plumeau’s experience includes helping planners integrate multi-modal mobility needs, including goods movement and non-motorized modes, into complete streets plans and advising policy-makers on the relationship of transportation efficiency to community economic vitality.  He has led development of multimodal transportation studies, plans, and strategies for MPOs, state DOTS, municipalities, and authorities across the US, Canada, Europe, and China. Mr. Plumeau has also authored or co-authored numerous research reports and guidebooks on transportation planning, policy analysis, and goods movement for the Transportation Research Board (TRB), the US Department of Transportation, the Canadian Trucking Association, the American Planning Association, and Transport Canada.  In addition, he is a sought-after speaker on transportation planning topics and has presented to audiences around the world on metropolitan planning, urban freight movement and sustainability, and megaregion impacts on transportation investment needs

Prior to joining EDR Group, Peter’s career included positions as Senior Director with RSG, Inc., Executive Director of the Chittenden County MPO (now merged with Chittenden County RPC), state legislative staff, and staff to the U.S. Congress. He holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the University at Albany and a BA from the University of Vermont. He is a member of several TRB standing committees, the APA Transportation Planning Division, and the Urban Land Institute. Peter’s volunteer activities include serving on the Far Post Soccer Club board of directors and as a past member of the Burlington (VT) International Airport Board of Commissioners.

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