Transportation Solutions

That Improve Communities


At Fehr & Peers, we are passionate about transforming transportation consulting through innovation and creativity. We derive inspiration by partnering with communities to understand and shape local transportation futures objectively tailored to diverse needs. From the most straightforward to the most complex, we actively listen to client and community needs and handle every project with diligence and focus. Our clients have appreciated this unique and practical approach, trusting us as their objective partners in transportation since 1985. Together with our clients, we are motivated by shared success, inclusive partnerships, and the positive impact our work has on the communities we serve.

Our Vision
& Our Mission

Fehr & Peers will transform transportation consulting as the most trusted partner in the communities we serve. Our Mission is to empower every employee to develop effective and innovative transportation solutions that improve communities.

Consulting Expertise

As trusted advisors to our clients, we continually leverage our self-funded research and development investments to quickly anticipate new questions in the face of rapid changes in transportation and provide our clients with well-informed answers and potential solutions. Clients trust us to help them overcome barriers and uncertainty by combining our advanced expertise with curiosity, humility, and initiative to deliver implementable, data-driven solutions that reinforce community values.




We’ve been shifting our R&D efforts in response to COVID-19 – What’s most pressing in your community?

Career Insights 2021

Career Insights 2021

Introducing a Spring webinar series for early college students, to provide an inside look into the transportation planning and engineering profession and how they too could positively impact how people travel within a community.
2020 Staff Certifications

2020 Staff Certifications

With 2020 drawing to a close, we recognize our team’s professional industry achievements amidst the year’s uniquely challenging circumstances.
Still Getting Trip Generation Right: Revalidating MXD+

Still Getting Trip Generation Right: Revalidating MXD+

State-of-the-practice analytical methods should be employed when estimating the trip generation of mixed-use projects. In the latest issue of the American Planning Association’s PAS Memo, John Gard and Corwin Bell of Fehr & Peers describe the advantages, analysis techniques, and use of MXD+ through actual site case studies.


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