We are pleased to announce that Francisco Martin has rejoined Fehr & Peers as Principal in our Stockton office. Francisco played a pivotal role in establishing our Oakland office 13 years ago and brings a wealth of experience in project management and infrastructure planning to our team.
Examine how traveler behavior with a focus on price elasticity can provide further insight on effective transportation strategies.
Circling for parking is a universal experience that few of us enjoy. See how one community is expanding on a typical parking study to dial in stronger recommendations for accessibility and safety.
Discover how Activity-Based Models and transportation economics can play a key role in shaping transportation infrastructure decisions.
Congratulations to the newest Fehr & Peers shareholders! Their dedication and passion is a testament to their hard work.
Join us in applauding the incredible accomplishments of these individuals who’ve secured new certifications and licenses this year. Their unwavering dedication and passion for serving communities is truly inspiring—we couldn’t be prouder to have them on our team!
Explore a practical and cost-effective approach to address project-induced VMT and discover success stories from projects that have implemented this strategy.
For those interested in induced VMT and its impact on transportation projects, we're introducing new federal and state guidance.
TRB 2024 is just around the corner! Explore career opportunities with Fehr & Peers, connect with us during the event, and apply on our page to boost your transportation career. See you there!
Explore how micromobility and a custom-designed local transportation network can change travel habits, promote sustainability, and enhance safety and resiliency in emergencies.
Discover how VMT is reshaping sustainable transportation planning in ITE's latest technical brief, with insights from VMT expert Ron Milam.
And that’s a wrap! Celebrating our interns from this year’s summer internship program! Whether semester-long, summer, or throughout the year – our internships combine fun with skills development, hands-on learning, and professional experience.
See how cities like Boulder are reshaping curbsides into multifunctional spaces to enhance safety, sustainability, and community vibrancy.
Check out these examples of R&D innovations that are helping clients respond to changing transportation needs.
Considering pursuing a Bay Area MTC station access grant or conducting a gap analysis for MTC's Transit Oriented Communities policy? Check out three access plans highlighted by MTC as examples to follow.