MARY PITTS HUFFSTETLER
Principal

EDUCATION

M.S., Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University, 1997

B.S., Geology, Millsaps College, 1995

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP #015843), Certified in 2000; 
American Planning Association (APA), Member 1995 to present; 
Georgia Planning Association (GPA), Member 1997 to present; 
Transportation Committee Chair 2003 to 2010; 
Women’s Transportation Seminar, Member 2004 to present

EXPERIENCE

Ms. Huffstetler has over fourteen years of experience as a transportation planner in the public and private sector.  During her career, Mary has been involved in a wide variety of transportation projects for urban and rural areas in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi.  She has significant experience in evaluation, improvement recommendation, and documentation related to transportation planning issues.  With MPH, Mary has developed transportation investment plans throughout Georgia and has conducted a wide variety of public involvement activities including public information meetings, stakeholder workshops, media outreach, and the development of website materials, press releases, newsletters, and fact sheets for dozens of local, regional, and statewide transportation studies and projects.  She has focused on the integration of solutions into several Metropolitan Planning Organizations’ Long Range Transportation Plans in Georgia and successfully managed GDOT Transportation Planning Service Contract and GIS Services Contract work for fifteen Regional Development Centers for five consecutive years.  In addition to her work as a private consultant, Mary has served as the Transportation Planner for the Central Savannah River Area Regional Development Center, and as the Transportation Planner for the Augusta Regional Transportation Study, the Metropolitan Planning Organization, in Augusta, Georgia.

 

BETH RADKE
Senior Planner

EDUCATION

M.S., City Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1993


B.S., Industrial Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1982

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Georgia Tech Alumni Association, Member 2000 to present; 
Georgia Urban Forest Council, Member 2006 to present; 
Women’s Transportation Seminar, Member 2007

EXPERIENCE

Ms. Radke has over thirteen years of experience as a general and transportation planner.  Working with both urban and rural communities in Georgia, Ms. Radke has been involved with numerous projects related to corridor assessment, needs analysis, pedestrian, bicycle and greenway facilities planning, and transportation plan development and documentation.  Ms. Radke recently completed studies on transit needs, railroad crossing safety, and airport access for nine comprehensive and long range transportation plans for rural counties in Georgia. Beth has also developed, implemented, and documented many successful transportation stakeholder and public outreach efforts for state, regional, and local transportation planning studies.  Her public outreach work has included the organization of stakeholder groups, planning of public meetings, and the development of fact sheets, press releases, and other outreach materials necessary for successful public participation in transportation planning studies.