Thursday morning traffic continued to prove our analysis from the day prior, which found commuters adjusted to the Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure as similar congestion patterns appeared over the week.
Traffic behaviors have not changed over the last two days during the Alaska Way Viaduct Closure in Seattle. At this point, people have adjusted to different transportation modes, are telecommuting or changed their working hours. Seattle has likely reached the standard traffic pattern during the closure, but DKS will continue analysis if there are any anomalies.
DKS analyzed the traffic impact on the first Monday morning commute with the Alaska Way Viaduct closure in effect in Seattle. The highway system was truly tested; with heavier traffic all around Seattle as more people commuted on Monday in comparison to the closure’s first day last Friday. DKS’ review only includes the live traffic during peak hours, not the … Read more
OMSI to move forward with a master plan for their 16-acre campus in Portland, Oregon. Click on the attached link for more information. http://www.omsi.edu/press
FEATURE | DENNIS MITCHELL | OCTOBER 07, 2016 Doing more with less Active traffic management along Oregon’s Rte. 217 makes for a better way to drive Oregon Rte. 217 (OR 217) has always been a nightmare for drivers on Portland’s west side. The limited access highway runs north-south for 7.5 miles through the western suburbs of Beaverton and Tigard … Read more
DKS helps Commissioners get update on Transportation System Plan – http://goo.gl/alerts/wCnsn #GoogleAlerts
DKS’ Adrian Pearmine will be presenting at ITS California on October 13, 2016 on ODOT’s recent Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Roadmap, ODOT’s CV Pilot and Demonstration Developments, and Portland Metro Region’s Next Generation Transit Signal Priority Plans Utilizing CV. https://twitter.com/ITS_California
Looking for a better way to get around Seattle this Labor Day weekend? We’ve gathered the best public transit options to get you where you want to be. Less time sitting in traffic, more time enjoying your weekend.
DKS Associates is introducing the next generation of ITS to the 16 counties in the North State Super Region for Caltrans (Districts 1, 2 and part of 3) through development of a Regional ITS Master Plan for northern California. The region is predominantly rural, with a large urban area around Redding in Shashta County. The plan provides a framework for updating and further … Read more
The I-80 Smart Corridor project is about to go LIVE. The first phase of the I-80 ICM’s active traffic management is complete. DKS, as a sub-consultant to Kimley-Horn and Associates, developed the key systems engineering documents (Concept of Operation, System Requirements, updated Systems Engineering Management Plan, or SEMP) and the technical specification and RFP for the central management software. DKS principal, Kevin Fehon, is … Read more
We’re on the Move! Our Southern California office has relocated. Please note our new address and phone number effective June 20, 2106: 2401 E. Katella Ave., Suite 425 Anaheim, CA 92806 657.284.2620
Major Signal Retiming Improves Traffic Flow on Key Center City Corridors
Most commuters will try to leave early or they’ll wait in traffic before the three-day Memorial Day weekend. If you’re trying to find a good gap to get through these cities on the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend, you’ll need to try to fit the commute into one of the green zones shown below. Typically, holiday traffic will narrow these bands … Read more
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