Robert L. Bleyl, Ph.D, P.E.

TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER, Independent Consultant since 1966 (Part Time Practice 1966-1980); Dr. Bleyl has testified in Federal & State District Courts in the areas of Highway Engineering, Traffic Engineering, and Traffic Accident Reconstruction.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Department of Civil Engineering, University of New Mexico, 1972-1981.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, Bureau of Highway Traffic, Pennsylvania State University, 1968-1972.

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, Yale University, Bureau of Highway Traffic, New Haven, CT 1965-1968.

DEPUTY STATE TRAFFIC ENGINEER, Utah State Department of Highways, 1964-1965.

TRAFFIC ENGINEER, Utah State Department of Highways, Salt Lake City, UT, 1961-1963.

SURVEYOR, U.S. Forest Service & U.S. Bureau of Public Road; Four Summers during College.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND TREASURER, National Academy of Forensic Engineers, 1991-1998.

NEW MEXICO SECTION PRESIDENT, Institute of Transportation Engineers, 1978-1979.

PAST PRESIDENTS' AWARD, Institute of Traffic Engineers, 1968.

Service on various Professional, University, and Community Committees dealing with traffic and safety.