MTJ Awarded 2014-2016 Roundabout Design Master Contract with Wisconsin DOT

MTJ Engineering, LLC was recently awarded a new two-year on-call Roundabout Design Master Contract with the Wisconsin DOT for traffic engineering associated with modern roundabouts, feasibility analysis, design, peer review, public outreach, in-service safety and operational reviews, and field layout work. The MTJ Engineering Team has been selected to provide breadth and depth of experience and excellence in WIDOT project delivery to meet a wide range of project needs from intersection safety analysis to PSE delivery as well as assistance with any aspect or component of projects delivery that may best serve your needs.

The MTJ Engineering Team provides the following services:

ICE Studies

Vertical and Horizontal Design

QA/QC – Peer Review Services

OS/OW Review and Design

Signing and Marking Design

In-Service Review and Optimization

2-D, 3-D, and Simulation Visualization

Context Sensitive Design

Public Outreach/Design Charrettes


Mark Johnson’s 18 years of focused traffic and transportation engineering experience includes 16 years of hands-on roundabout design, design review, safety evaluations, ICE reports, and appropriate application of roundabouts within intersection alternatives studies. This includes corridor planning/feasibility, business access, pedestrian and bicycle/vulnerable users accommodations, and freight accommodations.

Mark’s combination of traffic engineering and roundabout application experience is predicated on sound traffic and transportation engineering design criteria and principles – consistent with FDM, TGM, FHWA, and MUTCD. That has led to the creation of reliable, safe roundabout design applications that are well liked by the driving public, local communities, and elected officials.

MTJ’s partner firm included on this Master Contract is Craig Donze, P.E. of One Source Consulting. Craig has 15 years of experience providing urban and rural roadway design and construction engineering services on WisDOT, city, and county projects.