jeff Axisa

Jeff Axisa



Jeff is a transportation planner with over 7 years of experience working on a variety of multi-modal transportation planning projects across Canada and abroad. He is experienced in pedestrian and cycling planning and facility design and regularly contributes an active transportation perspective to multi-disciplinary urban design, engineering and planning studies. Jeff is also experienced in creating and analyzing transportation models (such as VISSIM, VISWALK, EMME, and Synchro) to forecast demand and assess operational characteristics at a range of scales, from high-level regional demand forecasting models to detailed multi-modal microsimulation models. Jeff is an avid cyclist and an active member of the City of Hamilton’s Cycling Advisory Committee.

Little River Floodplain Mapping and Sandwich South Secondary Plan - Windsor, ON

Dillon was retained by the City of Windsor to provide updated Little River Floodplain Mapping from the 1985 limits and develop a stormwater management concept for the Sandwich South secondary plan area in conjunction with newly established floodplain limits. Both studies require a thorough examination of the hydrology and hydraulics of the Little River and its respective watershed.Read More

Rouge National Urban Park: North Eastern Trails Area Conceptual Routing and Trail Design - ON

Dillon was retained by Parks Canada to provide trail planning services for Rouge National Urban Park (RNUP). The North Eastern Trails Area Conceptual Routing and Trail Design included a detailed assessment of existing and potential trail routes in the north eastern section of the park.Read More

Southcote Road Municipal Class Environmental Assessment - Hamilton, ON

Dillon provided consulting services for a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA), Phases 3 & 4 for Southcote Road between Calder Street and Garner Road East in the community of Ancaster.Read More
Workers sweeping and laying bricks with heavy equipment

Dundas Place - London ON

The City of London has a vision to transform Dundas Street in downtown London into Dundas Place, a public space and cultural hub to encourage residential intensification in the core, showcase the built heritage of the area, and shape the downtown area for decades to come.  In 2015 the City retained Dillon to undertake the Dundas Place Flexible Street Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study as the next step towards implementing the vision of the Dundas Street transformation.  Read More
bike lanes at intersection

Cycling and Trails Master Plan - Orangeville, ON

Working with the Town of Orangeville, Dillon developed a cycling and trails master plan to guide the development and management of Orangeville's cycling, trails and multi-modal facilities and connections for the next 10 years.Read More
Boyne Trunk Sewer Preferred Alignment

Boyne Trunk Sanitary Sewer - Halton Region, ON

The South Halton Water and Wastewater Master Plan identified the need for a trunk sanitary sewer that could convey existing and future flows to the Mid-Halton Sewage Treatment Plant in Oakville. The existing sewage pump station and forcemain conveying sewage from Milton was at its maximum capacity. The Boyne Trunk Sewer was commissioned to replace the existing system. In 2008, Halton retained Dillon to complete the environmental assessment (EA) and subsequent design and construction phases for the large diameter (up to 2400 mm) gravity sewer. 

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Ribbon saying Rapid Transit has arrived in front of bus

Southwest Transitway - Winnipeg, MB

The transitway is a high-speed roadway for buses, physically separated from the regular street system, allowing buses to operate at speeds up to 80kph, free of any other traffic to provide fast, reliable service.Dillon acted as project lead, providing expertise in systems design, traffic operations, foundation design, structural design, running way and roadway design, signaling and transit priority measures, station design, construction planning, construction administration, rapid transit service planning, system implementation. Read More