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As we evaluate our streets for greater effectiveness, curb space has come to the forefront in urban areas.

The transition zone between vehicular movement and local access, the curb space is in high demand through the development of new mobility options and rise of e-commerce. Historically reserved for car parking and loading, this flex zone between vehicular travel lanes and pedestrian space has the potential for many other uses that may better benefit the...

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At the intersection of technology and transportation, the conversation is ever evolving through research and partnerships leading to better data and mobility options.

Freese and Nichols’ Stanford Lynch, Chris Bosco, and Daniel Herrig attended the third annual Texas Mobility...

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TagsTransportation, technology, Transportation Planning, Transportation Design,

Congratulations to Eric Potts, Account Director, Pearland, who was appointed as the new Vice Chair for the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) ...

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Tagsairport, Aviation, ACRP, FAA, Transportation, DOT, AAAE, ACC, A4A, TRB, ACI-NA,

Join us as we begin our series – New Mobility Technologies (NMT) – framing how cities and regions should approach the evolving landscape of transportation. We will start at the foundation by defining the context of mobility in American cities and outlining the range of NMT types and potential impacts. Keep up with our conversation as we lead to our NMT Top 10 – the first steps cities should take in preparing for new mobility technologies....

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Tagsautonomous vehicle, new mobility technologies, Transportation, Planning,

 

Shared active transportation, including bikes, scooters and e-bikes, present a great opportunity for cities to provide effective transportation choices to their citizens.

The 2017 National Household Travel Survey (NHTS), conducted by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), estimates 45.6 percent of trips are under 3 miles. While only 5 percent are under half a mile, ideal for walking, the other trips under 3 miles are most efficiently traveled by other active transportation modes, e.g. bikes

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TagsTransportation, bikeshare, bicycle, scooter, nhts, fhwa,

A major deployment for self-driving car service for the public is taking shape in Frisco, with potential to provide a roadmap for the future of transportation to cities across the nation. 

The pilot project involves a public-private partnership among Drive.ai, the City of Frisco, the Denton County Transportation Authority and the private developments for Hall Park, The Star and Frisco Station. North Central Texas Council of Governments, the regional metropolitan planning...

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Tagsautonomous vehicle, Transportation, micro transit, Transportation Design, cars, vehicle,

Commuters on the Turner Turnpike between Tulsa and Oklahoma City have seen road construction aggressively taking place.

The construction is part of the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority’s (OTA) Driving Forward program. The Turner Turnpike is being widened to six lanes --  three lanes each direction. The result will be less congestion, improved safety and better traffic flow.

Several contractors on this project are working to finish the project expeditiously...

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TagsOklahoma, oklahoma turnpike authority, Transportation, road, highway, OTA,

John Bush, P.E., has joined Freese and Nichols as a senior aviation project manager in the Pearland, Texas, office. Leveraging over three decades of experience at one of the most successful Fortune 500 engineering firms, John will play an integral role in expanding our airport engineering and construction projects across the nation. 

With more than 35 years of experience in civil engineering, John has spent the last 28 years specializing in airport...

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TagsAviation, Transportation, airport, southeast texas,

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