Sustainable Transportation

Fehr & Peers is a national leader in developing creative and innovative transportation solutions that improve communities, with a particular emphasis on sustainable climate, energy, and healthy lifestyles.

Fehr & Peers’ approach to developing sustainable transportation solutions involves creative strategies that minimize vehicle travel and enhance travel efficiency, provide economic vitality, and personal choice.

Climate

Integrating multimodal transportation with urban development and activity patterns to reduce carbon and other emissions, and promote global climate stability.

Energy

Planning and design for minimal consumption of non-renewable energy for environmental and economic sustainability.

Statewide & Regional Sustainability Strategies

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Travel Model Enhancements for Sustainable Practices

Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

Climate Action Plans & Carbon Footprint Analyses

Transportation, Transit System & Demand-Management

Research & Innovation

Best Management Plans for State, Regional & Local

LEED ND for Transportation at Major Developments

Sustainable Master Plans for Major Developments

Plans for Universities, Activity Centers & Military Bases

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Recent Experience

Caltrans & DOCD

Framework for Statewide Smart Mobility

CA Air & CTC

Statewide Greenhouse Gas Targets and Guidelines for Regional Transportation Plans

CAPCOA

Guidelines for Quantifying the Effectiveness of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Measures

APTA

Practices on climate change impacts and benefits of transit

Oregon DOT

Statewide transportation strategy on climate change

US EPA

National Study of Travel Benefits of Mixed-Use Development

China & Singapore

Sustainability Plans for Major Development Proposals

Complete Streets

Solutions for cities in California, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Hawaii, and Colorado

Washington State DOC

Statewide Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Analysis Tools

SANDAG

Guidelines for Estimating Smart Growth Trip Generation and Parking

CA High Speed Rail

Statewide Study of Sustainability Impacts

For more information, please contact Jerry Walters.