Daniel M (Dan) Berler

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Mr. Berler is no longer employed by Mixon Hill.



Dan Berler, an inactive AMS Member, is a Principal at Mixon Hill, Inc., based in Washington, D.C. He has twenty five years of professional experience in transportation engineering, planning, policy development and implementation, and high-level program and project management. His technical focus has primarily been on advancing the state-of-the-practice and state-of-the-art of Intelligent Transportation Systems. As both a consultant and federal employee, he has worked across the industry and modes with all levels of decision makers, engineers and planners. He is an expert at high-level strategic planning, and is well known for his facilitation skills, his natural communications style, and his ability to synthesize complex, technical information for laypeople.

2011 AMS Summer Community Meeting
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