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In today’s busy, fast-paced world, the curb is one of the most in-demand spaces. With new players in the game – electric scooters and car-share services – planners and cities must rethink their approach to curbside planning and management, especially for big cities and high-density urban areas.

Who are the Major Players?

There’s a long list of people who are competing for their piece of curbside realty from your typical designated...

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Tagscurbs, curbside management, curbside planning, street design, streetscape, Transportation, Transportation Design,

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 Summit to take part in the dialogue on the state of mobility and the path forward in technology shaping the future of transportation....

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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 organization (MPO),...

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

Freese and Nichols delivers transportation engineering and planning services and has been designing the infrastructure of Texas since the 1890s.

Our team helped manage the Parker County Transportation Bond Program from concept to accomplishment: leveraging funding, building partnerships, designing roadways and managing final construction.

For more information on our transportation projects , contact Transportation Practice Leader Alan Greer, P.E., at Alan.Greer@freese.com .

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TagsTransportation Funding, Transportation Design, Transportation, texas transportation, Infrastructure, Bond Program,