Scott Trommer has more than 20 years of experience in transportation finance and planning. He specializes in developing and evaluating funding and financing strategies for major transportation capital investments for transit agencies and toll roads. His transit clients include the Port Authority of Allegheny County, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. As a senior member of PFM’s National Transportation Practice, Trommer took a lead role in developing the Transportation Finance and Innovation Act (“TIFIA”) financing strategy and application for the North Carolina Turnpike Authority’s first toll road project that supported the successful $1 billion financing of the first start-up toll road project post financial crisis. He has also developed a comprehensive 50-year financial plan for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission to demonstrate how it can meet the capital and operating needs of the Turnpike while at the same time provide mandated supplemental funding to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s non-tolled highways and transit agencies. Currently, Trommer is serving the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation on a financial plan for a bus rapid transit project in Richmond, VA, the North Carolina Department of Transportation on utilizing tolls to finance improvements on I-95, and the New York State Thruway Authority on its long-range financing strategy. Trommer holds a BA and MA in regional science from the University of Pennsylvania.