Transportation Systems Management and Operations, or TSMO, strategies strive to manage and operate transportation systems as efficiently and effectively as possible. Oregon Metro chose to employ an innovative approach to the new TSMO strategy by focusing on developing an efficient transportation system for all users.
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.
Connect with us at the 2021 ITE Annual Meeting to hear insights on equity in transportation, evacuation planning, Safe System, roadway operating conditions, curb space management, impact analysis, and more.
With anticipated changes in travel for university communities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rutgers University needed a plan to reopen safely. Partnering with Brailsford & Dunlavey, Fehr & Peers DC developed the Transportation Demand Stress Test Tool that predicts shuttle loads and parking demand, allowing Rutgers to plan data-driven solutions.
Bus operators and people on bikes often share road space, travel at similar speeds, and have very different sizes, making moving easily and safely an ongoing challenge. We recently partnered with LA Metro on a comprehensive review of bike/bus interactions in LA County, and together, developed a set of design and education recommendations that can help and may be applied anywhere in the United States. Take a look!
Check out the study to better understand how demand-responsive transportation services (ride-hailing, flexible transit) currently fit into the Cincinnati transportation system and their potential role to complement fixed-route transit services.