On March 25, we gathered to celebrate the achievements of women in transportation and talk role models, what it looks like to get more women in transportation leadership, and what we wish we knew when we started our careers.
Through the Transportation Equity Challenge, we came up with five practical ways to help our clients achieve more equitable outcomes in their projects.
As part of our Transportation Equity Challenge, DJ Gregory and Andrew Bailey from Kittelson Tucson explain what ramp construction has to do with equity, and how we can do better.
As part of our Transportation Equity Challenge, a team from our Baltimore, Boston, and Orlando offices proposes a set of strategies to better leverage community relationships in our projects.
As part of our Transportation Equity Challenge, Joceline Suhaimi notes we often overlook a diverse yet influential audience in community engagement.
As part of our Transportation Equity Challenge, a team from our California offices introduce a framework for thinking through the use of enforcement, and alternatives to enforcement, in reaching safety outcomes.
As part of our Transportation Equity Challenge, read about a database for housing key cultural, historical, societal, and demographical aspects of projects.
Using a combination of three unique tools, Maricopa Association of Governments has saved time and money while improving accuracy in signal timing.
Read a summary of the Transportation Research Board’s 100th Annual Meeting, how TRB pulled off the meeting virtually, and what four themes emerged out of the hundreds of sessions.
As part of a BUILD grant for a multimodal network throughout Lake Nona, Florida, Tavistock Development Company is partnering with Beep, Inc. to create the “Move Nona” automated vehicle program, which will be one of the largest automated shuttle fleets in the world within a single community.
Virtual meeting fatigue is real, but it shouldn’t sabotage opportunities to connect. Here are five activities that helped us stay connected while working remotely for most of 2020.
The stories we tell have meaning. As we reflect on Black History Month and our transportation industry, it is important to share the story of Garrett Morgan.
Read about the six factors accelerating electrification in transportation in 2021.
Watch a video interview with two TRB 2021 event organizers about the planning that has gone into this massive virtual event, and what attendees can expect.
We sat down with TRB’s Ann Brach and James Bryant to learn how attendees can prepare for and maximize the TRB 2021 experience.
How will connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) impact capacity and change transportation infrastructure needs? Join us for a webinar and virtual panel discussion on December 8.
Will the pandemic permanently change the way we use the curb? Here are five approaches to long-term curbside management in light of COVID-19.
The National Academies of Science, Engineering & Medicine’s Transportation Research Board – referred to within the profession as TRB – was established in November 1920…
At the end of 2019, Blake Boyles with the City of North Plains, OR contacted Kittelson’s Principal Engineer Tony Roos to see if the Society…
A tool developed by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is changing the way PennDOT makes decisions about scheduling work zones. Historically, identifying the optimal timing…
As transportation professionals, we are in the public health business. The transportation policies, plans, projects, and recommendations we develop have an impact on the health…
What is a protected intersection? Read how and why the design works, and where we are seeing protected intersections being built in the United States.
Adrian Ayala, who is pursuing a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning at Rutgers University, had planned to move from New Brunswick, NJ to…