Utilizing GIS data in the project planning process is the best way to ensure the entire team understands the project landscape. With input from spatial analyses, a project team can objectively formulate data-driven decisions. The KLT Group consistently looks for innovative ways to collect, organize, and analyze data.

Leah Visakowitz, GISP
GIS Manager

MS, GIS Management, Salisbury University
BS, Geographic & Geosciences, Salisbury University

Leah has eight years of technical experience in the GIS field, which have been centered on environmental GIS and transportation. Her project experience includes generating models, collecting and processing data, fulfilling mapping requests, and providing GIS technical assistance. Her experience also includes performing spatial and non-spatial data analysis, utilizing remote sensing for a variety of applications, and working with raster data formats for environmental assessments for a variety of transit projects. Her on-site consultant experience at MDOT MTA has provided her with a deep bench of knowledge of transit-related resources, facilities, and the existing/planned transportation network.


  • Transit-Oriented Development Analysis
  • Long-Range Planning Mapping
  • Dedicated Bus Lane Analysis in Baltimore City
  • MDOT BaltimoreLink
  • MDOT Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), Capital Project Investment Strategy
  • CityLink Headway Management
  • MDOT Climate Change Vulnerability Study
  • MDOT MTA Title VI Compliance Report
  • MDOT MTA Transit Equity Dashboard

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