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    DKS Helps WSDOT Analysis Closure

    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.

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    DKS Helps WSDOT Analysis Closure (Update)

    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.  

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    DKS Helps WSDOT Analyze Closure

    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

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    1-80 Smart Corridor to go LIVE

    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

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    DKS’ Southern California Offices Moves!

    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

    Major Signal Retiming Improves Traffic Flow on Key Center City Corridors

  • Trying to Avoid Traffic?

    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

  • Stay Tuned!

    Traffic analysis for Memorial Day weekend of five west coast cities to come!

  • DKS’s Adrian Pearmine in the news

    http://bikeportland.org/2016/05/16/smart-city-grant-could-bring-bike-safety-upgrades-to-citys-traffic-signals-183625?  

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    Alaska Way Viaduct Closure Analysis

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct closure had the Seattle freeway system resembling a ten-day heart surgery. As Bertha tunneled under SR 99, the three other corridors leading into the “heart” of Seattle felt the greatest impact. With I-90, I-5 Southbound and I-5 Northbound running under greater traffic pressure, connected “arteries” SR 520 and West Seattle also experienced more delay. The outcome? … Read more

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    #99 Closure Opened – Monday AM Commute with Viaduct Reopened a Week Early

    WSDOT opened the Alaskan Way Viaduct one week early as the tunneling process passed safely underneath. Seattle quickly saw relief as it returned to the average 30 percent of main traffic flow going in and out of the city. This morning’s new SR 520 bottleneck traffic shows the true shift in the congestion point after the Viaduct reopened.

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    DKS Leads Traffic Analysis During Seattle’s 99 Closure

    Friday AM analysis: Seattle saw significantly more traffic than usual on I-5, I-90, SR520, and West Seattle Bridge on the second Friday morning commute during the 99 closure. With peak traffic hitting around 7:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m., the corridor congestion dissipated as soon as 9 a.m. hit and commuters mostly made it to their offices.  Twitter Tips- #ITSWA15 – … Read more

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