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Jaime Sullivan

Research Engineer II


Jaime Sullivan is a WTI Research Engineer with 17 years of experience. Her focus is in applied rural safety and operations research for Departments of Transportation (DOTs) and Public Lands such as the National Park Service. She currently serves as the Center Manager and a technical liaison for the National Center for Rural Road Safety (Safety Center).  In this role, she manages all training programs and technical assistance, develops and maintains the website, leads the monthly webinar series, assists in the development of training videos, and spearheads the development of the National Working Summit on Transportation in Rural America.  Jaime is also the Manager for the Public Lands Transportation Fellows (PLTF) program within the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and previously served as the Resource Manager and a technical liaison for the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Technical Assistance Center (TRIPTAC).

Jaime’s research portfolio focuses on advanced transportation technologies, as well as emerging safety issues such as local road safety, Toward Zero Deaths/Road to Zero strategies, and traffic safety culture.  She has extensive experience in the planning, deployment and evaluation of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), leading multiple projects to develop ITS architecture, implementation plans, policy and procedure documents, and operational guidelines.  She has also developed and evaluated multiple traveler information systems and created a congestion management toolkit. For the Safety Center, she has conducted recent research to develop a Rural ITS Toolkit, the Local Road Safety Plan handbook, and a Local Road Safety Certificate.