Explore how four communities shifted their plans’ focus from a more traditional emphasis on vehicle capacity and roadway expansion to planning systems oriented around people.
In part two of a series on evolving traffic validation, we examined StreetLight as a potential source for larger samplings of turning movement volume estimates to overcome the limitations of using one- or two-day counts.
In part one of a two-part series on traffic volume estimation and StreetLight validation, we examine key questions to understand the possible variations for two industry standard methods.
We’re excited to delve into to the latest industry trends and insights at TRB this year by learning, participating, and listening. Explore this page to learn more about our TRB plans and the conversations we’re striking up about career opportunities with Fehr & Peers.
Fehr & Peers is proud to announce the opening of our Petaluma office space! As we continue in our dedication to providing innovative transportation solutions that improve communities, our Petaluma location will allow us to better support our existing and future clients throughout Sonoma, Napa, Marin, Mendocino and Lake Counties.
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.