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Fehr & Peers is proud to have our staff and recent projects featured in the May 2017 ITE Journal. The article includes case study updates on quick build projects in the San Francisco East Bay. This article is a follow up to Carrie and Ryan’s April 2015 ITE Journal article on tactical urbanism and quick build planning and design trends.
Fehr & Peers helped prepare a complex, political, and community-driven Complete Streets Implementation Plan for a 2.4-mile segment of Telegraph Avenue in Oakland from 20th to 57th Streets. The complete streets redesign aimed to improve safety and provide a better balance of mobility and access for all users.
With assistance from Fehr & Peers, the City of Willits recently approved the Main Street Corridor Enhancement Plan to promote a more lively, pedestrian-oriented downtown commercial core. The plan identifies improvements for Caltrans’ upcoming relinquishment of Main Street to the City upon completion of the US-101 Willits Bypass project. Fehr & Peers helped design streetscape improvements to enhancing traffic calming and circulation, pedestrian and bicycle safety, emergency vehicle access, and safe routes to schools.
FHWA Safety Performance Measures
Final Rule & Implementation Resources
The Final Rule under 23 CFR 490, and new resources to help States implement these safety performance measures. See also related Active Transportation Performance Measures for planning and designing for pedestrians and bicyclists.
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