Roadway Design

Several U.S. lawmakers recently introduced the Complete Streets Act in Congress, legislation that would promote safer and more accessible…
March 01, 2021
The client ultimately chose the multilane roundabout design, with staging of single-lane roundabouts as the most viable and with the lowest construction cost.
The client ultimately chose the multilane roundabout design, with staging of single-lane roundabouts as the most viable and with the lowest construction cost.
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When tasked with developing solutions for a complex intersection in Alberta’s Foothills County, WATT Consulting Group turned to Transoft Solutions’…
February 26, 2021
As we approach the one-year anniversary of when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was declared a national emergency in the U.S., all eyes are fixed…
February 26, 2021
The Jumping Fish sculpture Sarasota, Florida
The Jumping Fish sculpture stands 16 ft high by 12 ft wide in the center island of the modern roundabout at Cocoanut Avenue & Palm Avenue. The sculpture was selected from among 140 submissions and is the 84th piece in Sarasota’s Public Art Collection. It was sculpted in 2019 by Jeff Laramore. Image courtesy of City of Sarasota; photography by Nate Ilardi.
Sarasota, Florida is a city that has long proudly supported the arts. The city’s vibrant arts scene includes the Ringling College of Art and Design…
February 22, 2021
The South Carolina DOT (SCDOT) recently adopted a wide-ranging complete streets policy for the state-owned highway system.  South Carolina Secretary…
February 08, 2021
D.C. takes major step in Dave Thomas Circle intersection safety redesign
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The District DOT (DDOT) in Washington D.C. this week achieved a major milestone in making one of the District’s most notorious intersections—dubbed…
February 02, 2021
This is a photo of Dorr Street and Springfield Crossing while it was being constructed half at a time in order to maintain traffic to local residences and businesses. Photo by Daniel Kammer.
This is a photo of Dorr Street and Springfield Crossing while it was being constructed half at a time in order to maintain traffic to local residences and businesses. Photo by Daniel Kammer.
The Ohio DOT (ODOT) is officially responsible for state, interstate, and U.S. routes throughout the Buckeye State.  But the agency has long stood…
November 23, 2020
The Osceola Interchange project was created by the Reedy Creek Improvement District (RCID) with the goal of enhancing access to Disney’s Hollywood…
November 11, 2020
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