David Kriger is a recognized expert in urban goods planning, forecasting and surveys. His recent strategic goods movement network experience includes a comprehensive strategy for the Peel Region in Ontario—Canada’s largest freight hub—and a multi-modal scoping study for Metrolinx, the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area’s transportation authority.
Kriger has broad experience in urban goods movement strategies and inland port feasibility studies for public agencies across Canada and in the United States, including TransLink. He has developed truck traffic models, truck forecasts and commercial vehicles surveys in Canada, the United States, Australia and around the world.
Kriger has 32 years of experience. In 2011, he formed his own specialty consultancy, David Kriger Consultants Inc., prior to which he served in executive roles for a multi-national national engineering firm. He has written widely on goods movement, including best-practice guides, and has guest-lectured at various universities. He holds an undergraduate degree in civil engineering from the University of Toronto (Canada), and dual masters’ degrees in transportation engineering and in city planning from the University of Pennsylvania (U.S.). He is based in Ottawa, Canada.