Debbie M. Dantin P.E. is a registered professional engineer, since 1985 with years of transportation planning and engineering experience in Florida and Georgia. Her hands-on experience is diverse in traffic operations, signalization/ITS, transportation policy development, transportation concurrency, traffic impact studies, multi-modal transportation master plans, corridor studies, developments of regional impacts (DRI), planned unit developments (PUD), design standards, expert witness testimony, roadway corridor studies, preliminary design and environmental (PD&E) studies, access management/permitting, traffic calming, regional bicycle and pedestrian plans, and parking and circulation studies.
Ms. Dantin is President of Dantin Consulting formed in March 2009, a DBE firm certified with FDOT, State of Florida and various local governments in Florida. She has both public and private sector experience; Senior Vice President/owner of Genesis Group from 2001-2009 where she begin statewide transportation engineering and planning services; and ten (10) years with the City of Tallahassee serving as City Traffic Engineer of Tallahassee from 1995-2001. Ms. Dantin has managed capital projects up to $8.5M and directed over 50 full time personnel. Prior to coming to Tallahassee, she worked for a large private consulting firm in Dallas, Texas where she began in roadway and drainage design/analysis projects, D/FW airport taxiway design and the McKinney Avenue trolley project, and was involved in various transportation master planning projects for regional or large communities, along with various traffic operational analyses.
With her strong commitment to outstanding/detailed quality control, project scheduling and attention to budgets from start-to-finish on all projects; she has successfully achieved Client satisfaction for their various transportation needs. Ms. Dantin's emphasis is on improved transportation system operations/management, in addition to planning integrated multi-modal transportation and land use planning to create a sustainable environment with reduced motor vehicle dependency, vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.