Given the breadth of AV and CV effects, readiness planning may cover a wide range of issues for public agencies, including — but not limited to — the topics described in this blog.
Considering evolving transportation metrics and expanding the range of solutions that can effectively reduce congestion, VMT, and emissions.
Learn how we're helping California agencies find opportunities to follow the lead of Vision Zero cities and expand the systemic safety approach beyond an engineering focus.
Discover how the Local Roadway Safety Plan approach to safety, as well as Vision Zero approaches, offer communities guidance for establishing safety plans.
We're excited to announce executive leadership team changes: Sarah Brandenberg as Chair of the Board of Directors and Julie Morgan as firmwide Director of Operations!
Explore the white paper we recently released with WRCOG that directly compares VMT mitigation banks and exchanges to traditional impact fee programs for deeper understanding.
New research! While AV modeling still shows potential, significant increases in VMT and decreases in transit ridership, there are available countermeasures to offset effects.
We are thrilled to announce the opening of our Long Beach Office! Our new office will allow us to continue to grow, better serving our existing and new clients.
We’re scheduling interviews with selected candidates during the TRB Annual Meeting to talk about our career opportunities. Interested? Find out how you can apply!
Transportation analysis practice would benefit from new metrics measuring efficiency and space utilization. Learn about the travel efficiency metric proposed by Uber.
Congrats to our Southern California leaders who foster a diverse and inclusive culture of empowerment and to all of the awards winners. Thank you WTS for this honor!
Explore the interaction between AVs and pedestrians, planning for safe and inclusive communities, and how agencies can prepare for micromobility.
Demand management includes a range of strategies from how roadways are operated to behavioral incentives that influence when and how much people travel by mode.
Join us in welcoming Cullen to the Fehr & Peers DC team! Learn about our Visual Communications Discipline Group Leader’s move from Los Angeles to Washington, DC.
Our new Tacoma office will allow us to continue to grow, better serving our existing and new clients, and giving our staff the opportunity to call the South Sound home.