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. We focus our broad range of transportation planning and engineering services on:
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.
Livability – Creating living and travel environments that encourage a high quality of life, physical activity, healthy lifestyles, convenience, and safety.
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.
- Statewide and regional sustainability strategies
- Climate Action Plans and carbon footprint analyses
- Best Management Practices (BMP) for state, regional, and local climate protection
- Urban Mobility Plans
- Sustainability master plans for major developments
- Travel model enhancements for sensitivity to sustainable practices
- Transportation and transit system and demand-management studies (TSM and TDM)
- LEED ND for transportation at major development projects
- Sustainability plans for universities, activity centers, and military bases
- Research and innovative tools on relationships between land use and transportation
- Statewide Smart Mobility Framework, Caltrans and Department of Community Development
- Statewide Transportation Strategy on Climate Change, Oregon DOT
- Statewide Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Analysis Tools, Washington State Department of Commerce
- Statewide Greenhouse Gas Targets and Guidelines for Regional Transportation Plans, California Air Resources Board and California Transportation Commission
- National Study of Travel Benefits of Mixed-Use Development, US EPA
- Guidelines for Estimating Smart Growth Trip Generation and Parking, San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
- Guidelines for Quantifying the Effectiveness of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Measures for California Air Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA)
- Sustainability Plans for Major Development Proposals in China and Singapore
- Statewide Study of Sustainability Impacts of California High Speed Rail
- American Public Transit Association practices on climate change impacts and benefits of transit.
- Complete-street solutions for cities in California, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Hawaii, and Colorado
For more information, please contact Jerry Walters.