The transportation industry is in the early stages of a radical re-invention that will impact all aspects of mobility. The Time to Plan for Your Future Electric Fleet
DKS is pleased to announce the following promotions.
Brian Chandler discusses Safe Streets for All, data, and the role of technology in making roads safer for all as part of Urban Logiq’s episode of “Ask the Experts” series. https://twitter.com/UrbanLogiq/status/1585372327982018560
The FX 2 – Division project will improve the reliability of bus transit—and people’s lives The future of transit has arrived. The long-awaited project to make bus transportation more efficient, reliable and safe along Portland’s Division Street corridor opened on September 17th. TriMet’s Division FX is a national example of how cutting-edge technology and human-centered design can significantly improve … Read more
DKS is helping Umatilla County, Oregon, be the first in the nation to digitally map real-time traffic flows on county roads. County is spearheading digital mapping for rural roads
The USDOT has released a new Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A), a $5 Billion, 5-year discretionary program focused on the safety of local roadways. One important element of SS4A is a Comprehensive Safety Action Plan, which is a required element for an agency to apply for an Implementation Grant. USDOT has developed … Read more
Check out Lacy Brown’s co-authored article on posted on the FHWA Safety Compass Newsletter and website. https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/newsletter/safetycompass/2022/summer/#s7
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Join DKS and Moonshadow for a free webinar on How to Procure and Use Connected Vehicle Data on May 10 at noon. Register for the webinar here. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
DKS assists with a multimodal corridor plan for State Route 49 in the American River Confluence area. https://goldcountrymedia.com/news/215967/input-sought-for-access-safety-improvement-for-sr-49-corridor-in-confluence/