Margaret Briegmann P. Eng

Margaret has over 20 years of experience in transportation planning and engineering with a project base consisting of a number of successful institutional, commercial and residential developments in the urban context.  She is an active member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals.

Her work in long range planning and operations has included traffic impact studies, parking studies, transportation demand management plans, avenue studies and master plans.  Based on her work on feasibility studies and peer reviews, Margaret has developed strong working relationships with a dedicated client base in both the public and private sectors. 

Margaret has managed the development of the transportation system for many residential and mixed-use projects in downtown Toronto, including in-depth studies of vehicular, bus, truck, cyclist and pedestrian operations as well as integration with the existing and future road and transit network, and the underground PATH pedestrian walkway.

For several years, Margaret has volunteered her time and professional expertise working with architects, artists and urban planners on projects in parks and public spaces, including Massey Harris Park, June Callwood Park, Historic Fort York and the Toronto Sculpture Garden.