Kim Dao

Kim is a recent graduate of Tufts University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with an urban studies minor. At Tufts, she…

SJCOG Transportation Innovation Study

Many residents of the San Joaquin region are daily hyper-commuters, driving nearly 3 hours one way through the Altamont Pass to access their jobs in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley. This hyper-commuting causes heavy congestion which, among other transportation issues, led the San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) to launch a Transportation Innovation Study to investigate ways to apply emerging transportation technologies to solve their transportation needs and challenges. As the COVID-19 pandemic progressed, SJCOG adapted to focus on optimizing telework opportunities within the San Joaquin region.

Internal Communications Specialist

Flexible Kittelson & Associates is looking for an Internal Communications Specialist to bring strategy and unity to our internal communications efforts as we continue to…

Assessing the Transportation Needs of a “Zoom Town”

The most impactful innovation that the San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) discovered through their Transportation Innovation Study is one that might not be commonly associated with transportation, but will set up SJCOG to meet their communities’ pressing needs long-term.

Celebrating the Life of Bob Kniefel

Bob Kniefel has been an unforgettable transportation icon in Alaska for nearly five decades, and a treasured member of the Kittelson family since 2011, when…

Marketing Coordinator Internship

We are offering a paid internship to learn about marketing, business development, and communications for a transportation consulting firm. Position Summary As a marketing coordinator…

Mychal Loomis

Mychal is a certified traffic engineer, civil engineer, and road safety professional serving an array of project and client types. During his 15 years of…

Nondiscrimination

Kittelson & Associates, Inc. ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Kittelson will…

Jennifer Marks

Jennifer leads publications from storyboard to final draft, working with Kittelson’s graphic designers, technical editors, planners, engineers, and clients to craft engaging and accessible products….

Orlando Venues Traffic Management Studies

Exploria Stadium, Camping World Stadium, the Amway Center, and Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando attract visitors from Central Florida and beyond with their many offerings. The highway systems provide regional access to these venues, but vehicular access to and from the highways often impedes the movements of pedestrians who are also heading to the event. Additionally, each venue relies on the parking garages within Downtown Orlando to supplement their own parking, if it is available. Wayfinding and communicating available parking for vehicles prior to entering downtown is important to minimize the vehicular circulation (and driver frustration) on the streets as drivers search for reliable, available parking.

US 20/26, SH 16 to Linder Road Widening

The Idaho Department of Transportation (ITD) partnered with Costco Wholesale via a Sales Tax Anticipated Revenue (STAR) Program Agreement to bring significant improvements to City of Meridian, Idaho.

The Idaho Transportation Department’s (ITD) US 20/26 Corridor Study identifies the need for significant investment along this important east/west arterial that connects Boise to Caldwell, but funding for construction projects is limited and not available in the near future. When Costco Wholesale and adjacent developers identified a preferred site on the southeast corner of Chinden Boulevard and Ten Mile Road in Meridian, Idaho, it was determined that significant improvements were needed to support their planned developments. The US 20/26 Corridor Study identified the need for localized improvements and funding challenges to implement the improvements.