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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.
National Safety Expert Erin Ferguson joins the Fehr & Peers San Francisco office, bringing 17 years of industry knowledge and experience in multimodal planning, complete streets, and safety. We look forward to the innovative ideas and project leadership expertise Erin will provide in helping us transform transportation consulting in the Bay Area for clients and communities.
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 proudly announces the opening of our Central Valley satellite office! Located in the heart of downtown Stockton, this office will help us continue to provide for and deepen our relationships with current Central Valley clients while further expanding our ability to serve the region.
Analyzing travel accessibility measures how well current transportation networks connect us to destinations and exposes potential modal or equity limitations that may be causing difficulties for some users or geographic areas. Therefore, it serves as an important tool in effective planning. Learn more and explore our travel access video.
Autonomous vehicles may have the potential to support core elements of the Safe System approach, which strives to eliminate fatal and serious transportation injuries. Fehr & Peers partnered with ITE to publish “Autonomous Vehicle Considerations under a Safe System Framework,” which explores potential AV benefits, risks, and considerations within the Safe System framework.
Our FP Think group recently completed an update to our TrendLab+ tool for forecasting travel demand effects of emerging trends in transportation, including the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and emerging transportation technologies. TrendLab+ has been assisting clients across the US through presentations, workshops, and a wide variety of project analyses and assessments.
We are excited to share the release of an update to the CAPCOA Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Measures. Over the past decade, practitioners have relied heavily on this key reference document for developing VMT and emissions mitigation measures.
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.
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.
The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Pedestrian and Bicycle Standing Committee developed the Micromobility Facility Design Guide Informational Report, which summarizes potential design challenges micromobility users experience as they travel on typical roadways.
What happens when the safety goals for now and the goals for the future are in conflict? A people-focused Safe System approach considers vulnerabilities today and in the future. Recently adopted as a priority by agencies such as FHWA, Caltrans, the City of Philadelphia, and the Washington State Department of Transportation, safe system is a traffic safety framework emphasizing shared responsibility and a proactive approach where death and serious injury are recognized as unacceptable costs of travel on our roads.
Mobility gaps, or barriers in a users ability to complete their trip, are quite common. The good news is that there are many ways to fill them and connect people with the services they need. Here we talk about the benefits of a three-part assessment that prioritizes equity, recently conducted in partnership with Oregon Metro, to identify areas most suitable for using new technologies to fill mobility gaps across their region.