Rodrigo Ajauskas has extensive experience in transportation planning, encompassing feasibility studies, capacity analysis, operations, traffic, and demand for various modes of transportation.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of São Paulo (USP, Brazil) and a master’s degree in Transportation Engineering from the same university, at the Polytechnic School, where he conducted research on disaggregated demand models. Rodrigo also completed an exchange program in urban planning at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) for one year.
With over 8 years of experience in urban and transportation studies, Rodrigo has expertise in highways, railways and public transportation modes, including metro, BRT (Bus Rapid Transit), tram/light rail, cable car, and multimodal stations. He has knowledge and experience in using macroscopic modeling software (PTV Visum, TransCAD, Aimsun) and microscopic modeling software (PTV Vissim), and is familiar with the literature and reference methodologies in the field, such as the HCM (Highway Capacity Manual).
Additionally, he has strong skills in handling, analyzing, and visualizing large datasets, as well as developing customized models using Python and/or VBA to meet the specific needs of each project.
Throughout his career, Rodrigo has worked with clients and projects in Europe, South America, North America, and Africa.