Washington Minority and Women Business Enterprise: M4F0024932
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise: D4F0024932
About Acutanza STS
Acutanza Strategic Transport Solutions, Acutanza STS, is a sole proprietorship consultancy providing oversight and guidance of technical analysis to support transportation decisions. Acutanza STS brings expertise with a broad range of transportation projects and plans including HOV, tolling, freight, transit, comprehensive planning, access management, Interchange Justification Reports, NEPA Transportation Discipline Reports, and Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Strategic planning services include supporting infrastructure projects, facilitation, performance monitoring, comprehensive planning, grant writing, outreach & environmental review. Transportation planning and analysis skills are complemented with long history and relationships in Washington State and Puget Sound.
With over 30 years of experience, Jeanne Acutanza is a transportation planner and traffic engineer with project management, facilitation and technology expertise. She looks for transportation solutions, appropriate in scale and size, that meet the needs of a range of stakeholders with broad perspectives. She has worked on a variety of transportation projects, applying Context Sensitive Solutions applications, to convey complex technical analysis for a lay audience including managed lanes (tolling, HOV, and HOT lanes), freight, comprehensive planning, access management, and Intelligent Transportation Systems. She has supported the success of her clients in developing strategies for implementing transportation infrastructure including comprehensive planning, grant writing, and environmental review. She has facilitated and guided many transportation plans and projects through public processes with an emphasis on durable decision making. Jeanne’s facilitation skills are complemented by familiarity with regional and local transportation policies. She is also skilled in business development creating market strategies, capture plans, developing proposals and preparing teams for interviews.
Volunteering in her community Jeanne has volunteered as a member of the Transportation Commission for the City of Kirkland, Washington and in local chapters of both the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and Women's Transportation Seminar (WTS). She has helped coordinate transportation conferences including supporting the 2016 Advanced Technologies in Transportation, 2013 Rail~volution, and 2003 TRB HOV Conferences in the Seattle region. She is also a board member of the Transportation Choices Coalition and the Seattle Freight Advisory Board. Jeanne holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Lehigh University.