Josée Dumont is a Transportation Safety Engineer with 15 years of experience in traffic engineering. She holds a master’s degree in transportation engineering from the University of Toronto and is a registered professional engineer in two Canadian provinces. She also has the Road Safety Professional Level 2 certification with both the infrastructure and behavioural specialties.
Josée's traffic safety experience includes site safety and operations assessments, policy review and development, determination and review of speed limits, safety reviews, literature reviews, development of safety performance functions, network screening, review of road maintenance activities, and peer reviews. She has completed operational and safety studies at intersections, corridors, and accesses, for various municipalities. She developed a pedestrian safety program for the Town of Oakville, which involved the development of a prioritization methodology to identify and prioritize locations for future pedestrian crossings throughout a municipality.
Josée has experience in the development and update of Safety Performance Functions (SPFs) and network screening. She has also completed traffic calming assignments, transportation master plans, pedestrian studies, speed limit reviews, and traffic-related work for environmental assessments.
Josée is a member of the Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP) and a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). She was retained to develop three workshop modules on road safety for the World Bank, including road safety in geometric design, road safety at intersections and road safety through positive guidance. She also completed a multi-day Fundamentals and Practical Applications of the AASHTO Highway Safety Manual for the Greater Vancouver ITE Section.