Posts tagged with "traffic study"
The challenges to transportation project designers are more difficult today than ever. Right-of-way (ROW), easements, utility adjustments, and the ability to efficiently stage construction while safely maintaining traffic are critical factors to keep projects on track, especially in constrained urban settings. Add to the mix are a broad range of regulatory clearances that must be obtained in a sequential manner during the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process to keep the project on schedule. These clearances are often based on conceptual and preliminary design that if not thoroughly developed during the location and route studies phase can lead to rework and schedule delays later in the project life cycle.
HR Green was recently awarded a 2016 Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies, Missouri Chapter (ACEC/MO) for its Route 109 Widening and Roundabouts project.
HR Green is conducting a Wayfinding study to brand Dove Valley, CO as a destination, providing a sense of community and to correct complicated wayfinding throughout Dove Valley’s influenced area. As part of the study, HR Green has conducted a traffic evaluation to assess circulation patterns, traffic impacts and flows throughout the Dove Valley Metropolitan District