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Learn how a coalition of jurisdictions and community groups in Washington State pioneered a large-scale multimodal transportation planning approach that has improved highway capacity over the last twenty years and continues to guide future investments.
The ability for a community to evacuate quickly continues to be a top priority for agency staff in California. Learn about our Climate Group’s proactive research to address new CEQA requirements for producing evidence-based evacuation travel time analysis for land use projects.
How can transportation agencies reduce overall vehicle miles traveled and still generate revenue? In a recent study, we evaluated the impact of making transit free of charge compared to implementing a VMT tax and whether the costs for travelers is equitable.
Available guidance for agencies to gather an accurate picture of current freight activity is limited. Check out how this community defined their baseline in four steps to be able to evaluate freight zero emission zones as a strategy for meeting new climate and environmental policy goals.
With electric vehicle sales increasing, how durable is our ability to build and maintain highway and transit infrastructure through current gas tax measures? Explore the full scope of promoting a cleaner and more resilient transportation system.
We are excited to announce our expansion to Texas! With proximity to downtown Dallas, establishing roots here allows us to continue to provide for and deepen our relationships with clients in the DFW Metroplex and beyond.
Explore ITE’s new technical brief that describes a comprehensive way for public agencies to incorporate the Safe System approach in project reviews, to build proactive, multimodal safety considerations into transportation impact analysis reports.
How can a transportation network be enhanced to create better access for moving people safely in an emergency? Learn about a new tool, developed in partnership with the City of Rancho Cucamonga, for evaluating access and egress under different evacuation scenarios.
Fehr & Peers is proud to announce the opening of our Boulder, Colorado office! Building on our thriving Denver office, and continuing our tradition of expanding to better serve our clients throughout Colorado.
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