Transportation & Infrastructure
The multifaceted and interconnected nature of today’s transportation network — in which commuters and travelers alike may take two or even three modes of transport over the course of a single day — demands thoughtful planning, smart science, strategic engineering solutions, and meticulous attention to construction details.
We work on all aspects of transportation and infrastructure: planning and design for roadway, streetscape, and utility projects, including green stormwater infrastructure; traffic signal optimization and adaptive traffic control system design; redesigning roadways for Complete Streets; and leading environmental impact analysis pursuant to local, state, and NEPA guidelines for bridge replacements, light rail extensions, highway rehabilitation projects, enhanced bus and ferry service, and new transit stations and terminals.
No matter the size of the project — from nationally recognized infrastructure to site-specific enhancements — AKRF pinpoints critical issues and potential challenges early-on and brings concepts to fruition. AKRF has contributed to transportation and infrastructure projects in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida, and Georgia.
(Top image: Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge | Courtesy of NYS Thruway Authority)