We leverage our stakeholder and community engagement expertise to inform the design and improvement of transportation networks that meet community needs.
Our project approach integrates a robust understanding of transportation issues and pays keen attention to the dynamic landscape of modes and mobility options across a range of contexts.
Our engagements focus on surfacing the prevailing and unique needs of the communities in which we work through services that include: public surveying; workshop planning; task force and advisory board facilitation; developing communications campaigns and collateral; and stakeholder mapping. Through this work we’re able to assist stakeholders in understanding dense technical concepts and navigate tradeoffs. We understand that our communities feel strongly about their transportation needs–we do too!
Interpreted feedback from a wide-reaching public engagement effort to meaningfully adjust the proposed network of the Suffolk County Bus Network according to the expressed needs of the community.
For the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), reached a diverse array of over 14,000 New Yorkers and met engagement targets across all community districts citywide through a multi-faceted engagement strategy, including the creation of an interactive online engagement tool, twelve virtual public workshops, and telephone polling aimed to increase the participation of underrepresented groups across NYC.
Assessed the implementation of the now permanent 14th Street Transit & Truck Priority (TTP) Pilot Project for the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), working with local businesses to identify the potential impacts of the busway on local workers, business performance, and patrons.
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