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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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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Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Power Plant

IGCC Site Wallula

Client:

Golder Associates


Owner:

Wallula Resource Recovery LLC


Location:

Wallula, WA

Transpo prepared a traffic impact analysis for a new 600-megawatt combined-cycle gas turbine facility on a 625 acre site adjacent to US 12. Transpo identified transportation impacts during construction and normal plant operation traffic generation on nearby roadways by evaluating intersection and driveway operations.

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Gold Rush Rail Yard

Gold Rush Rail Yard Walla Walla

Client:

Port of Walla Walla


Owner:

Port of Walla Walla


Location:

Wallula, WA

Transpo led a traffic impact analysis for construction of a rail yard including a 500,000 SF manufacturing area and 400,000 SF warehousing area. The yard is used to store and ship local agriculture across the country via rail and trucks. The analysis considered existing and future impacts on roadway conditions, intersection operations and traffic safety. The study also examined trip generation and distribution for various vehicle types.

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