Traffic challenges can be found in urban cores, on residential streets and in the many places where we live, work and play. We develop solutions to improve access, mobility and circulation across parking lots, city streets, commuter highways and around major community facilities — campuses, airport terminals, sports venues and more.
The best traffic design solutions often combine technology with regional knowledge and an ability to anticipate human behavior. By studying access, corridors, location and parking, our team develops coordinated strategies that allocate resources and encourage safe and efficient traffic flow.
Traffic Planning & Studies
Our team provides the comprehensive studies you need to evaluate traffic patterns — access studies, corridor studies, location studies, parking studies, safety studies, and traffic impact studies. We use the latest and emerging technologies to develop traffic models and create realistic simulations.
Fact-based problem-solving processes help our traffic engineers guide you through long-range plans and regulatory considerations. We can also help you leverage available funding and position you for inclusion in your regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
Understanding the latest in emerging technology can lead to solutions that enhance both safety and mobility and have the potential to reduce congestion. Our team is on the leading edge of technology adoption including Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CVAV), electric vehicle charging, and smart corridors.
Traffic Engineering Design
We work closely with you and your stakeholders to develop cost-effective solutions that increase access and mobility, while limiting disruption during construction. Our team also designs solutions that improve safety and comfort along streets, such as greenways, traffic-calming measures and streetscape enhancements.
Our team works with city, county and state agencies to implement intelligent transportation systems (ITS), LED lighting and traffic signal systems — many utilizing fiber-optic connections and featuring the latest in detection technologies, such as radar, adaptive traffic systems and thermal imaging. We can help you update and maintain your design manuals and standards to incorporate the latest signal and street lighting technology.
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Ronnie Williams Department Manager 816-363-7231