Transportation Planning

Transportation Planning

Freese and Nichols has prepared a broad range of transportation plans for cities, counties and regional authorities. We actively implement context-sensitive solutions that consider environmental stewardship and complement land uses, ensuring our plans provide viable transportation alternatives to sustainably serve citizens over the long term. Our approach results in action-oriented plans for expanding transportation systems in a fiscally responsible manner.

  • Local and regional thoroughfare planning
  • Corridor alignment and feasibility studies
  • Mobility and performance measures
  • Special area access and circulation plans
  • Bicycle and pedestrian planning and design
  • Transit operations assessments
  • Tod planning and design
  • Travel demand forecasting and operational studies
  • Roadway impact and user fee studies
  • Proportionality assessments
  • Capital improvement plan (CIP) development and programming
  • Traffic engineering
  • Traffic impact analyses
  • Highway traffic operations
  • Traffic simulation and visualization
  • Parking analyses
  • Development review
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Bike Plan Update

City of Denton, Texas

Comprehensive Transportation Plan

City of Norman, Oklahoma

Roadway Impact Fee Update

City of Arlington, Texas

SH 191 Corridor Study / Management Plan

Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization, Texas

U.S. 180 Corridor Vision Plan

City of Weatherford, Texas

US Business 77 Corridor Study

City of Waco, Texas

Bergstrom Spur Rail to Trail

Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, Texas

Fort Hood Sports Complex Traffic Study

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Long Range Thoroughfare Plan Review and Update

Ellis County, Texas

Loop 250 Planning and Environmental Linkage Study

Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization, Texas

SH 66 Corridor Study

Hunt County, Texas

Transit-Oriented Development Study

City of Wichita Falls, Texas

Transportation Plan

City of North Richland Hills, Texas

West Dallas Signature Sustainable Development Planning Project

North Central Texas Council of Governments