Consulting Engineering Services
PO Box 2300 ~ 3 Trading Post Way ~ Medford Lakes, NJ 08055
Phone: 609.654.1334 ~ Fax: 609.654.4704
Alexander J. Litwornia, PE, PP
Mr. Litwornia has over 35 years of experience in traffic and transportation engineering. As a consultant, Mr. Litwornia has represented various clients including municipalities. Mr. Litwornia has performed various air quality, noise and traffic studies throughout the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area. Mr. Litwornia is a certified noise analyst.
Litwornia Associates, Inc. recently completed a multi-year contract with NJDEP to review mobile and stationary source permit applications. Mr. Litwornia has performed various air quality reviews for municipalities and has performed studies for various clients.
As Transportation Engineer for Burlington County, Mr. Litwornia was responsible for directing County traffic and transportation planning activities. Mr. Litwornia had direct management and administrative responsibility for the Transportation Division with overall program responsibilities for administration, traffic signal installation and maintenance, sign fabrication and installation, traffic operation, and transportation and land use planning activities. Additional responsibilities included construction management, grant application and administration, monitoring activities, and regional, state and local coordination of various plans and programs.
Prior to working in Burlington County in 1982, Mr. Litwornia was Director of the Tri-State Regional Planning Commission's Transportation Planning Division in New York City with responsibility for directing six planning groups. He had overall program responsibility for traffic analyses, transportation plan development, transportation systems management planning, elderly and handicapped planning, model development, trip generation, monitoring activities, contract administration, grant application and administration, air quality planning, environmental analyses, and State and sub-regional coordination of various plans and programs. Responsibilities in conjunction with these program areas included publication of various Commission reports, formal presentations at Commission meetings, public presentations, interagency coordination and duties of Staff Secretary of the Commission's Transportation Technical Advisory Group.
Previously, as Manager of the Commission's Inter-modal Planning Group, Mr. Litwornia was responsible for various programs, including the Region's $9 billion Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for capital construction, the Transportation Systems Management Element (TSME), air quality evaluations, elderly and handicapped planning activities. Responsibilities also included monitoring and evaluating highway construction, directing impact analyses of commercial and residential development, recommending areas for development, coordinating state traffic counting programs, and determining highway efficiency with conventional, as well as experimental techniques utilizing aerial observations. Mr. Litwornia also reviewed and analyzed the impact on the transportation system of various highway and land use development proposals and performed transportation studies in regard to large-scale projects such as Gateway National Park, the lower Hudson Waterfront Development and residential development at Floyd Bennett.
Field. Mr. Litwornia also organized and directed the Manhattan Hub-bound Travel Study which analyzed travel into New York City.
Prior to joining Tri-State in 1971, Mr. Litwornia was a consultant with Edwards and Kelcey's Transportation Division. He was engaged in the Williamsport, Pennsylvania Comprehensive Transportation Study. Responsibilities in conjunction with the study included traffic and model development and application, traffic network analysis and travel forecasts. Work included transportation engineering for large scale commercial developments. Mr. Litwornia has had similar responsibilities while engaged in the Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation Study Update for a 300 square mile area in Maine.
Mr. Litwornia was a Civil Engineer Officer in the U. S. Air Force. As Assistant Base Civil Engineer in Alaska, Captain Litwornia was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for his immediate actions in protecting air base facilities during a severe arctic storm. His responsibilities included supervision of over 100 personnel to direct the maintenance and repair of over one million square feet of buildings, roadway, airport facilities and a power plant. Captain Litwornia also directed new construction on a continuing basis including new buildings, rehabilitation of existing buildings.
While Chief of Industrial Engineering at Williams Air Force Base, Lieutenant Litwornia was directly responsible for supervising the evaluation of work performed by all base engineering personnel, the maintenance of all administrative reports and correspondence, all real estate management including facility utilization evaluations, and the compilation of cost data and budget expenditures. Before entering the Air Force, Mr. Litwornia was an engineer and foreman for the Arnold Construction Company. Responsibilities included the completion of construction proposals, preparation of cost estimates and supervision of site development work.
Mr. Litwornia is a Registered Professional Engineer and Planner. He is a graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialists, Inc., the American Society of Highway Engineers, the Builders League of South Jersey, and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. He has taken advance engineering courses at Arizona State University.
Mr. Litwornia has also worked on various traffic studies throughout the Region including: