City of Kirkland Explores Safety Improvements for Juanita Drive Corridor

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KIRKLAND, WA – As Chair of the City of Kirkland Planning Commission, Transpo principal Jon Pascal has been heavily involved in a nine-month study of the Juanita Drive corridor.

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Moving Transportation Along at Mobility 21

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On October 29, Transpo Group participated in the largest one-day transportation event in California – the Mobility 21 Annual Transportation Summit.  The meeting, with nearly 2,000 visitors and held at the JW Marriott LA Live, featured speakers and thought leaders, as well as panel breakout sessions, on the connections between transportation, energy, water, health and education. Brian Burkhard, Transpo’s ITS Vice President, spoke about “A Connected Vehicle World” as part of a panel on the technology, policy, and safety issues surrounding the development and use of connected and driverless cars.

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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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RRFB Pedestrian Signal and New Pedestrian Crossing

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Client:

Costco Wholesale Corporation


Owner:

Costco Wholesale Corporation


Location:

Kirkland, WA

The Kirkland Costco was adding a gas station in the store’s parking lot. As a result, additional parking was needed on a lot across 120th Street from the main store entrance. The street has heavy traffic from vehicles accessing the main parking lot.

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Madigan Access Improvements

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Client:

City of Lakewood


Owner:

City of Lakewood


Location:

Lakewood, WA

Transpo is assisting the City of Lakewood and WSDOT in improving the Berkeley Street interchange along I-5 that provides primary access to the Madigan Army Hospital on Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). This interchange has become increasingly congested due to population growth at JBLM and heavy traffic through the City of Lakewood. Transpo is leading the traffic operations and safety analysis, concept development, and PS&E of the traffic signal system at the interchange and adjoining arterials. The project is federally funded through the Department of Defense, but administered by FHWA.

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Lake Washington Corridor Safety Improvements

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Client:

City of Medina


Owner:

City of Medina


Location:

Medina, WA

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 cut-through routes to SR 520 during peak travel hours.

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Clearwater Corridor Safety Improvements

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Client:

City of Kennewick


Owner:

City of Kennewick


Location:

Kennewick, WA

Transpo is leading a multi-disciplined team to evaluate and identify safety improvements along the City of Kennewick’s Clearwater Avenue corridor. The corridor is an important transportation connection and commercial marketplace in the City, yet is faced with access management challenges and one of the highest collision rates in the region.

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Transpo Kicks Off Clearwater Corridor Evaluation

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Transpo Group recently kicked off an important corridor study for the City of Kennewick to identify and evaluate projects to improve safety along the Clearwater Avenue corridor.

We have partnered with MacKay Sposito to evaluate safety improvements  along the corridor, which is an important transportation connection and commercial marketplace in the City, yet is faced with access challenges and one of the highest collision rates in the region. Safety for the Dra ut pa tur og omfavn hastigheten i Racing for Pinks – det siste tilskuddet fra Microgaming til spennende utvalg av online norske spilleautomater . citizens of Kennewick is the City”s top concern and the basis for this evaluation.

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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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Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal Planning

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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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