Topic: Transportation

Brandon Huxford

The Art of Public Involvement

As practitioners, we know that federally funded projects mandate public involvement. Instead of just “checking the box” when it comes […]

Learn More

Mark Evans

USDOT Becomes First to Make Funds Available from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The USDOT has become the first agency to release funds from the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) to local governments, counties, states, authorities, districts, and others. The program improves upon the RAISE grant program with some additional goals for efficiency, equity and climate resilience.

Learn More

Daniel Harrison
Stan Lynch

How Counties Can Manage Shifting Responsibilities for Growth and Services

As counties find themselves shouldering more responsibility for the road, drainage and public safety needs of new developments, county leaders need to prepare for increasing demands on their resources. Learn more about how to manage growth.

Learn More

Innovative Study Paves the Way for a Car-Free Route in South Austin

The APA-Texas Chapter has chosen the Bergstrom Spur Corridor Study as a recipient of the 2021 Transportation Planning Achievement Award – Silver. It was also featured in the City of Austin’s Urban Trails newsletter. Read more as we share its innovative approaches, practical results and outstanding service.

Learn More

Three Planning Projects Win APA Texas Awards

These awards strengthen our valuable client relationships, and the diversity of our winning projects shows our expertise across cities, counties, planning, transportation, and urban design. 

Learn More

Signature Bridges Open for Fort Worth’s Panther Island

The three bridges, whose innovative design features a thin concrete superstructure supported by dramatic V-piers, that will serve as landmarks for the new Panther Island riverfront.

Learn More

Dairy Projects Help Turn Waste into Renewable Fuel

Freese and Nichols is applying its vast experience with oil and gas facilities to help dairies across the United States turn tons of waste into a product that benefits the environment by reducing greenhouse gases and creates an additional revenue stream for our clients and America’s dairy farmers.

Learn More

Freese and Nichols Hires Travis Kelly to Expand Government Affairs Focus

In addition to his experience managing key elements of multifaceted infrastructure projects and working with government officials at all levels, Travis has engaged with diverse communities to build consensus on critical projects.

Learn More

Interns Get Up-Close Look at Bois d’Arc Lake

Touring the ongoing construction of the new $1.6 billion Bois d’Arc Lake gives college interns valuable insights into the kind of impactful projects they could help complete during their careers.

Learn More

Freese and Nichols Adds Christopher T. Tolar to Environmental Team with Large Infrastructure Focus

Christopher Tolar will help our Environmental Science and Coastal Group continue to broaden its expertise to provide comprehensive environmental solutions for large infrastructure projects.

Learn More

Brian Gettinger Quoted by CNN on Tunneling

A CNN Business report on Florida cities talking about tunnels with Elon Musk’s The Boring Company quoted Freese and Nichols Tunneling Services Leader Brian Gettinger on tunneling technology advances.

Learn More

Courtney Cunningham Named Young Engineer of the Year by NSBE Houston

Congratulations to Courtney Cunningham, Transportation Design, Pearland, who was recognized as the 2020-21 Young Engineer of the Year by the National Society of Black Engineers […]

Learn More