Naval Base Kitsap Traffic Management Plan

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Client:

Makers Architecture and Urban Design


Owner:

Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest


Location:

Bremerton, WA

The Naval Base Kitsap (Bremerton) Pedestrian and Vehicle Safety Study was initiated by Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest (NAVFAC NW) in 2012 to examine transportation safety issues and develop recommended improvements for the base.

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Connecting Communities Through Multimodal Planning

Multi Modal Planning

This summer Transpo has been busy working on a variety of multimodal planning projects. Some of our latest efforts include the Bellingham Bicycle Master Plan, the Skagit Non-Motorized Connectivity Study, and the Bellevue Transit Master Plan. While individual work elements and challenges vary for each project, they share one of the same overall goals – to create vibrant, livable communities that better connect residents with all modes of transportation.

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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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Renton City Center Community Plan

Renton

Client:

Makers


Owner:

City of Renton


Location:

Renton, WA

The City Center Community Plan establishes strategies to help shape growth based on the vision of the people that live and work in the developing part of Renton. The area was recently designated as a Regional Growth Center, which will greatly alter the existing character of the community. To help enhance liviability within the community, Transpo assisted the City and project team in integrating multimodal transportation strategies into land use plans to improve access to/from the City Center and increase connectivity within the community. Key strategies for accessibility include improving I-405 to reduce cut through traffic, and enhancing transit access to HOV lanes.

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Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal Planning

Mukilteo Ferry Terminal

Client:

Parametrix


Owner:

Washington State Ferries


Location:

Mukilteo, WA

Transpo continues to assist Washington State Ferries (WSF) and the FTA in evaluating concepts to replace or relocate the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal. The new multimodal terminal will improve the operations and facilities serving the eastern terminus. The Mukilteo/Clinton ferry route is part of SR 525, connecting Whidbey Island to the Seattle-Everett metropolitan area. It is WSF’s second

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Sound Transit Light Rail Station Connectivity

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Client:

Sound Transit


Owner:

Sound Transit


Location:

Seattle, WA

As a part of the System Access Program (SAP) program, Transpo helped Sound Transit better understand the non-motorized connections available at the Mount Baker and the future Northgate Link light rail stations in Seattle to improve access for those that walk and bike to use the system. Transpo’s innovative GIS-based software, ViaCity, was applied to identify and evaluate connection projects.

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Innovation at Work – Using GIS Routing to Measure the Benefits of New Transportation Connections

ViaCity Score

As part of Transpo’s commitment to finding solutions that help clients re-think what transportation can be, we invest in researching the latest tools and technology. An enterprising team of our engineers and planners presented a paper summarizing their research on measuring connectivity to the Transportation Research Board in November 2010, and it was recently cited in the American Planning Association’s TPD News, a publication dedicated to transportation planning.

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NE 12th Street Corridor Traffic Calming and Safety Improvements

City of Medina

Client:

City of Medina


Owner:

City of Medina


Location:

Medina, WA

As part of an on-call contract held since 2009, Transpo performed a traffic study for the City of Medina to address citizens’ complaints about safety along the NE 12th Street and Lake Washington Boulevard corridors. Complaints indicated that vehicles were speeding through the area, compromising the safety of drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. Both corridors were frequently used as

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City of Jerome Transportation Plan

Jerome Pavement Management

Client:

City of Jerome


Owner:

City of Jerome, ID


Location:

Jerome, ID

Transpo helped the City of Jerome plan for future development by developing a transportation master plan and pavement management system. Transpo collected data for the pavement management program, evaluated existing conditions and developed a 20-year multimodal capital improvement and maintenance plan based on the data collected. Transpo

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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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