Anjuli has five years of experience in transportation planning and engineering at the local, regional, and state levels. A native of Silver Spring, MD, Ms. Bakhru graduated from the University of Maryland’s Civil Engineering program. She interned with the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission (MNCPPC) where she worked on the beginning stages of the White Oak Science Gateway Master Plan. After graduating from the University of Maryland she moved to San Diego, CA where she gained local and regional experience in the public sector before joining Fehr & Peers as a transportation engineer. She joined Fehr & Peers DC upon it’s opening in April 2015.
Anjuli provides a diverse background in traffic operations and simulation, including technical expertise in applications such as SYNCHRO, HCS, and VISSIM. She has served as technical lead or Project Manager for numerous high profile transportation projects which have included traffic engineering, regional bicycle facilities planning and design, transportation demand management, parking analysis, multi-modal trip generation analysis, area specific planning, and traffic calming.
Anjuli Bakhru moved back to the east coast after working in our San Diego office for three years. Raised in Silver Spring, MD, Anjuli attended Springbrook High School and the University of Maryland, College Park. After some time away from her hometown, she was looking forward to wearing her Terps gear surrounded by people who know what a Terrapin is. She plans to attend lacrosse, soccer and basketball games, and in the summer, she’ll enjoy crab feasts!
“Visiting the monuments will never get old. I love having coffee and a bagel early in the morning at the Roosevelt Memorial and then walking the tidal basin.”
Returning home has reunited her with her mom and brother who still live in the area, along with a number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends from high school. Before moving to the west coast, she coached a high school girl’s lacrosse team for two years to help get the school’s program started. She’ll now have a chance to see how the program has grown in the past four years.
We’re excited that Anjuli has returned to the east coast to join our DC office as a transportation engineer.