Gateway Cities Transportation Strategic Plan

Gateway

Client:

Cambridge Systematics


Owner:

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation


Location:

Los Angeles, CA

As part of a team, Transpo is delivering Phase II of the Gateway Council of Governments (GCOG) Strategic Transportation Plan. Transpo is leading the preliminary design of a zero emission automated truck and ITS corridor on I-710.

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Camp Murray Truck Routing Study

Camp Murray

Client:

AHBL, Inc.


Owner:

Washington Military Department


Location:

Lakewood, WA

Transpo assisted the Washington State Military Department in evaluating and recommending changes to truck and heavy vehicle access and routing to Camp Murray. The new truck access and routing were necessary due to construction and relocation of the new main gate in the Tillicum neighborhood of the City of Lakewood.

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University of Washington Medical Center Loading Dock ITS

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Client:

NBBJ


Owner:

University of Washington


Location:

Seattle, WA

UW Medical Center is situated on a small site at the University of Washington. The recent medical expansion required narrowing Columbia Road, a primary campus circulation route for buses and cars that also provides access to hospital loading docks. Safely accommodating all of these modes provided a unique design challenge.

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SR 432 Realignment Feasibility Study

SR 432

Client:

David Evans Associates


Owner:

Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments


Location:

Longview, WA

As part of a team working closely with WSDOT and CWCOG, Transpo provided technical assistance in validating the need for improvements to the SR 432, as outlined in the SR 432 Route Development Plan. Transpo performed travel demand forecasting and traffic analysis to assist in identifying and evaluating future corridor improvement alternatives. Transpo then developed conceptual

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I-710 Elevated Utility Corridor Conceptual Design

I-710 Port of Long Beach Freight

Client:

Mark Thomas Co.


Owner:

Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority


Location:

Long Beach, CA

As part of a team, Transpo is leading the research and conceptual design for proposed automated cargo conveyance solutions for the Los Angeles MTA.  The design will be used to inform the Advanced Planning Studies and Preliminary Type Selection for the I-710 Utility Corridor Improvements.

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Boeing Renton Multimodal Safety Assessment

Boeing Renton

Client:

The Boeing Company


Owner:

The Boeing Company


Location:

Renton, WA

Transpo was responsible for the site design associated with the consolidation of Boeing’s Renton plant for Boeing’s Move to the Lake project and the City of Renton’s improvements to The Landing development. These projects provided for the safe and efficient integration of vehicles, pedestrians, material staging, parking, security, access gates and interface with plant construction and the

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Millennium Bulk Terminal

millenium bulk terminal longview

Client:

Anchor QEA, LLC


Owner:

Anchor QEA, LLC


Location:

Longview, WA

As part of a team, Transpo provided traffic operations and traffic impact analyses for proposed upgrades to a privately owned shipping terminal in Longview. The facility processes bulk commodities including alumina and cement. Once constructed, the upgrades would result in increased site activity, including additional train traffic via unit trains and additional employee traffic.

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North Wenatchee (SR 285) Transportation Master Plan

SR 285 N Wenatchee Master Plan

Client:

Wenatchee Valley Transportation Council


Owner:

Wenatchee Valley Transportation Council


Location:

Wenatchee, WA

The Wenatchee Valley Transportation Council selected a team led by Transpo to develop the transportation master plan for the North Wenatchee Avenue corridor. Also called SR 285, the corridor serves commuters, freight traffic, transit, businesses, and provides access to residential areas and parks.

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SR 519 / Alaska Way Viaduct Phase II Alternatives and Port Access Study

SR519 Port access study

Client:

WSDOT


Owner:

WSDOT


Location:

Seattle, WA

Transpo assisted the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement project team with the SR 519 Alternatives Development, Analysis, Preliminary Design and Environmental Documentation. The analysis identified ways to improve freight mobility and traffic between I-90 and the Alaskan Way Viaduct.

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Downtown Yakima Grade Separation Design

Yakima Grade Seperation

Client:

Berger ABAM


Owner:

City of Yakima, WA


Location:

Yakima, WA

This project provided economic, safety, and operations benefits to multiple modes of travel within downtown Yakima by completing railway undercrossings at Lincoln Avenue and MLK, and returning the corridors to one way couplets.

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