Jeff Moore, AICP

Jeff Moore, AICP

Transportation Planner

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Jeff joined Neel-Schaffer in 2016 and has more than 30 years of experience.

A senior planner based in the firm’s Louisville (KY) office, he provides transportation planning and community engagement services for clients companywide.

Prior to joining Neel-Schaffer, Jeff worked as the transportation planner in the Bowling Green District Office of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.  He was involved at a variety of levels with Public Involvement, Environmental Justice, Community Impacts Assessments, Identification and Prioritization of Transportation Needs, and Context Sensitive Solutions while at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Jeff co-managed the development of the 2014 and 2016 KYTC Public Participation Plans and the 2014 KYTC Long-Range Statewide Transportation Plan.

Jeff has been actively involved with the Transportation Research Board (TRB) since 2005 as a member of the TRB Committees for Planning for Small and Medium-sized Communities, for Public Involvement, and for Environmental Justice. Jeff is the current Chair of the TRB Public Involvement Committee.  During his involvement with TRB and the KYTC, he has developed and taught workshops on Community Engagement, Purpose & Need Statement Development, and Long-Range Transportation Planning.

Though his office is located in Louisville, Jeff resides in Bowling Green, where he is deeply active in the community as the Chair of the BRIGHT (Barren River Initiative for Getting Healthy Together) Board, an organization that develops multidisciplinary plans and programs to address the health of the communities within the 10-county region. He is also a board member of the Cave Country Trails Initiative, an organization that plans and promotes the development of a regional greenways and blueways network.

Jeff spends his free time working with the region’s community theatres as a director, designer, and actor and brings those “storytelling” skills into his planning work.


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