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  • Peter Coffey Elected New DKS President

    DKS Associates has elected Peter Coffey as its new President. Peter will have responsibility for providing overall leadership to advance the company’s growth, providing oversight and strategic direction to each of the firm’s seven offices. “I am both honored and excited about the future to extend DKS’ legacy,” said Coffey. “Our firm will continue to focus on shaping the future … Read more

  • Randy McCourt, President
    Past President Randy McCourt receives ITE Lifetime Achievement Award

    The Lifetime Achievement Award is the Western District’s highest honor and recognition of professional accomplishment and service to the District, the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the profession of transportation engineering and planning. DKS is proud to honor past President Randy McCourt as the 2017 award winner.

  • Mike Usen authors “Ready for a revolution in urban transportation” article in the Seattle DJC.

    We are on the cusp of three game changers: vehicle electrification, automation and shared usage.

  • Brian Chandler joins DKS as Director of Transportation Safety

    Brian Chandler joins DKS as the Director of Transportation Safety. In this role he will be developing and growing DKS’s already established Transportation Safety Services, reaffirming DKS’s commitment to safety. He will use his real-world experience in roadway safety engineering, safety management, and data analysis to help clients reduce the number and severity of transportation-related crashes in their jurisdictions. Brian … Read more

  • Strong turnout at the Corvallis transportation plan forum

    DKS provides technical and consulting services to the city of Corvallis transportation system plan.

  • Randy McCourt published in the IMSA Journal

    Randy McCourt published in the IMSA Journal on how the MUTCD can best address emerging and current technology.

  • David Evans and Associates recognized as ENR’s Northwest Design Firm of the Year

    Congratulations to David Evans and Associates on being recognized as ENR’s Northwest Design Firm of the Year.

  • Cities smart to grow together

    DKS highlighted in The Columbian on how cities can use and share IT to better serve citizens.

  • Mobility is Key to Future of Transportation

    DKS highlighted in Inc. Magazine on mobility being the key to the future of transportation.  

  • Tweaking traffic in tech-savvy times

    Drivers in cities who encounter a new sign prohibiting a left turn or a roundabout or a motor vehicle diverter might be able to blame navigation apps for that obstacle. Tweaking traffic in tech-savvy times

  • Bridging a transition from a historic span to new one

    The design for a 300-foot-long bridge across the White River calls for a wireless sound system and programmable lights.  

  • Jean Senechal Biggs to speak at ASLA 2017

    Jean Senechal Biggs discusses how to apply the principles and design of Portland’s Orange Line with TriMet, ZGF and Mayer/Reed at #ASLA2017. Video courtesy of Mayer/Reed

  • Union Street Bicycle Track is On Track

    Pasadena is on track to realize its plan to install a modern protected bicycle track on Union Street, perhaps even sooner than previously thought, using grant funds from Metro and some local counterpart funds.  

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