As 2020 comes to a close, DKS wishes our clients, colleagues, and friends a prosperous New Year!
Meet our Seattle Planning Practice Team Leads
As traffic congestion is anticipated to increase three-fold over the next 25 years in Portland, Oregon, TriMet is in the process of expanding its transit service to meet the rising demand for increased ridership. The Future of Transit Signal Priority
Up to 90 percent of what road users use to navigate is visual, and much of that information is color-specific. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/grey-means-go-colorblindness-transportation-brian-chandler/
Alan Clelland joins our Southern California team as the ITS/Connected Vehicle Leader.
At signalized intersections, color alone is used to distinguish between opposing messages. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/grey-means-go-traffic-signals-colorblind-brian-chandler/
How do we stripe our roads? How should we stripe our roads? This week we take a look at pavement marking through the lens of colorblind drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/grey-means-go-pavement-marking-colorblind-travelers-brian-chandler/
DKS assists WSDOT in creating their TSMO Program through the National Operations Center of Excellence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R45hyElfWEg&ct=t(EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_8_20_2020)
DKS’s John Bosket helped develop the draft plan to help mitigate congestion. https://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/odot-shares-bend-parkway-plan/article_acd5d7a0-df25-11ea-abef-73a1d8cdc8a6.html
DKS’s Brian Chandler, National Director for Transportation Safety, explores color vision deficiency in transportation. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/grey-means-go-signing-colorblind-travelers-brian-chandler/