Many organizations are switching to using design-build construction for their transportation projects. Design-Build is Good for Your Project-and Your Community.
The reimagined layout will be opened up to the surrounding communities by connecting into Portland’s street grid with significantly improved transportation networks for bikes, pedestrians, and cars.
See Brian Chandler’s article in the Washington State PublicWorks magazine starting on page 21 highlighting the importance of incorporating new data sets from innovative transportation technologies and how they can help improve safety and equity.
Congratulations to TriMet and the success of the FX service line! https://news.trimet.org/2023/08/video-trimets-fx2-division-races-toward-one-year-mark-with-transit-signal-priority-enabled-time-savings/
Island County officials use cutting-edge analytic tools to set roadway speed limits. https://www.whidbeynewstimes.com/news/county-reconsidering-how-to-set-speed-limits/
Los Gatos Town Council heard from Erin Vaca with DKS about the draft Traffic Impact Program.
Portland’s Division FX reshapes a bus line, traffic, and lives (photo by KLiK Concepts) https://www.roadsbridges.com/current-issue/article/21535516/technology-meets-transit
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
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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