Cameron Nye is an Associate Engineer providing support on traffic engineering and transportation planning services.
Cameron Nye graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2016 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a focus in Transportation Engineering. At Cal Poly Cameron was involved with the student chapter of ITE and completed three internships in the civil engineering field that gave him the opportunity to work on large scale multi-million-dollar highway design projects across California. He ultimately decided to pursue a career in transportation engineering upon realizing the dire need for transportation improvements in many communities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
In his four years at W-Trans, Cameron has been involved in a wide range of transportation projects ranging from signal, pedestrian and bicycle facility design to planning studies and network analysis. He has managed numerous traffic impact studies, intersection control evaluations, engineering and traffic surveys, signal designs, RRFB designs, HAWK designs, and striping layouts. Cameron is a motivated individual and takes a hands-on approach to his work; he believes in the value of getting the small details right in order to support the bigger picture. Although Cameron is a transportation specialist, his skills are more than solely technical, and he takes pride in effective communication and project management.
Cameron is an active professional member of ITE.