Our firm provided sub-consultant traffic engineering services for the final design and construction of a bridge widening project along Interstate 176 between its interchanges with Route 422 and Route 724 in Cumru Township, Pennsylvania. Responsibilities included design of traffic control plans and signing and pavement marking plans, preparation of a transportation management plan for construction, coordination with another consultant firm to integrate their plans for the adjacent Section 01B project and design of a temporary traffic signal plan.
Sub-consultant traffic engineering services involved preparation of a transportation impact study to support the environmental assessment for the reuse of property located at the former Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Center in the City of Reading, Pennsylvania. Study elements included automatic traffic recorder and manual turning movement count data collection, volume redistribution for a new road extension, peak hour capacity analysis of the study intersections for future pre- and post-development conditions for two land use alternatives, traffic signal and turn lane warrant analyses and recommendations to mitigate project impacts.
As a sub-consultant, our firm was contracted for a comprehensive study in support of the master plan for the Kutztown University campus in Maxatawny Township, Pennsylvania. Intended to address several proposed university projects, the study elements included automatic traffic recorder and manual turning movement count data collection, establishment of future base traffic volumes with consideration of enrollment goals, assignment of peak hour traffic volumes resulting from projects involving new or reconfigured intersections, analysis of design year conditions and identification of improvements to accommodate future vehicular as well as pedestrian traffic volumes.
Sub-consultant traffic engineering services included final design of temporary and permanent traffic signal plans associated with the replacement of the SR 11/29 bridge over Harvey’s Creek in Plymouth Township, Pennsylvania. Our firm was responsible for traffic data collection, signal design calculations and analyses, traffic signal design plans, municipal coordination and coordination with private property owners for revisions to access control.
Our firm was responsible for the transportation impact studies and design of traffic signal plans associated with two multi-use commercial developments in Plains Township, Pennsylvania. In addition to evaluating the traffic impacts at the site driveways and several external intersections, analyses were performed to incorporate the two new traffic signals into the Route 315 system, which functions as an emergency interstate detour corridor spanning five municipalities.
Sub-consultant traffic engineering services consisted of the preliminary design of traffic signal upgrades to improve pedestrian movement in conjunction with a downtown streetscape project in the City of Easton, Pennsylvania. Services included crash analysis, capacity analysis for multiple alternatives, traffic signal timing optimization, design of traffic signal plans for three intersections, development of traffic signal construction estimates and reviews of final plans during construction.
Traffic engineering services for Tobyhanna Township, Pennsylvania have included reviewing transportation impact studies for land developments in accordance with zoning and planning codes, providing design support services for the signalized intersections owned and maintained by the township, and providing conceptual planning support for future transportation improvements within the township.
Our firm provided sub-consultant traffic engineering services for the final design of the upgrade of an existing signalized intersection of two state routes, as well as new signalization of the main access to Lehigh Carbon Community College at its intersection with Route 309 in North Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania. Services included capacity analysis of multiple alternatives to develop geometric recommendations, design of traffic signal timings and plans, design of traffic control plans and signing and pavement marking plans, and municipal coordination.