Eric J. Lamb, PE
Transportation Planning Manager
Raleigh Department of Transportation
Office of Transportation Planning
Eric J. Lamb (PE) is the Transportation Planning Manager for the Raleigh Department of Transportation and is responsible for developing and administering the City's transportation plans. This includes the management of programs for street planning, bicycles, pedestrians, streetscapes, and transit planning. He is responsible for planning and programming all of the City's transportation projects, and his division coordinates with NCDOT on all Transportation Improvement Program projects in the City's jurisdiction. Eric works actively with planners, engineers, and citizens in coordinating multimodal improvements on all City street improvement projects. He serves as the staff liaison for the City's Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission and for the Planning Commission’s Transportation Committee. He also serves as a member of the Technical Coordinating Committee of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO).
Eric holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master's of Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University, and he is currently registered as a professional engineer in North Carolina. He is active with the Institute of Transportation Engineers, where he is a member of the executive committee of their Public Agency Council, and he currently serves as vice-president of the North Carolina section. Prior to joining the City in 1999, Eric spent six years as a Transportation Engineer with the North Carolina Department of Transportation.