At DKS, we’re committed to Shaping a Smarter Transportation Experience through effective transportation solutions. We are dedicated to supporting that vision through discussions of emerging technologies and new ideas.
A project which has slowly been pedaling through funding and design stages will be at center stage tonight when Pasadena’s Department of Transportation hosts a public meeting to gather input from residents to guide finalizing the plan. http://www.pasadenanow.com/main/pasadenas-first-two-way-protected-bike-lane-in-the-spotlight-at-public-meeting-tonight/#.XMxDDzBKipo
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Our team of experts are DKS transportation leaders who are at the forefront of what is happening in the evolving space of smart cities and smart mobility. They have been elected to national committees, and serve on boards dedicated to the advancement in this space. They have established networks of key professionals across the country, won awards, published articles, … Read more
DKS’ Dongmei “Maggie” Lin published in the Journal of Transportation on “Microsimulation Analysis of Traffic Operations at Two Diamond Interchange Types.”
Beaverton Planning Commission clears $46 million arts center named for Patricia Reser and $6.8 million parking garage next to it. https://pamplinmedia.com/bvt/15-news/419444-323132-reser-center-plans-get-city-approval
On November 14, 2018, Meeting of the Minds hosted a free, live webinar featuring Adrian Pearmine of DKS Associates and AJ O’Connor of TriMet. https://meetingoftheminds.org/cal/innovating-and-managing-transit-in-the-era-of-new-mobility/
Congratulations to Randy McCourt for being a recipient of the DJC’s Icon award. This award honors the local building industry’s long-time leaders that have shaped the future of construction, architecture, engineering and related industries in the region.
Tom Williams in our Austin, TX office co-authors the NCHRP publication on Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles. http://www.trb.org/main/blurbs/178393.aspx
TriMet is exploring a range of advancements so vehicles can operate more efficiently and cut through congestion. http://www.govtech.com/fs/infrastructure/How-Transit-is-Turning-to-Tech-to-Cut-Through-Congestion—.html