From their recent experience with the City of Dallas and the Dallas Love Field Airport, Matt Lucas, P.E., LEED AP, and Ignacio Mejia, LEED AP, share five steps for making your virtual public meeting a success.
Daniel Grove, PLA, AICP, LEED AP offers guidance to help reopening retailers responsibly expand operations outdoors while meeting safety and accessibility requirements.
Kimley-Horn’s Roberto Ruiz-Salas, P.E. shares how communities can prepare for infrastructure devastation from earthquakes and mitigate current weaknesses.
Kimley-Horn resiliency specialists Jonathan Guy, P.E., PTOE, AICP; Kate Widness, CNU-A; and Uday Khambhammettu, P.E., CFM, join us in our inaugural episode of the Becoming Resilient Podcast series to discuss why community readiness and resiliency are critical today.
Kimley-Horn’s Keith Markland discusses the growth of our Telecom practice and our culture of collaboration that drives client success.
As some schools prepare to reopen in the fall, safe and efficient drop-off and pick-up are a priority. Read our tips on how to plan ahead for the return to school.
Cities that have adjusted traffic signals to new patterns stemming from stay-at-home orders will need to make changes as more cars are back on the road. Tom Hartmann, P.E., PTOE, IMSA TS II explores how to make data-based decisions to keep traffic flowing.
Kimley-Horn transportation planning expert Jeff Whitacre shares best practices on planning and design for bicycles and pedestrians.
Watch Jeff Whitacre’s on-demand webinar discussing the “Nine C’s of Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Planning and Design”.
Kimley-Horn’s Doug Gettman, Ph.D. weighs in on connected vehicle technologies, helping you navigate the new landscape and prepare for the future.
Jessica Rossi, AICP shares best practices for creating reliable forecasts during economic uncertainty, based on her experience with both public and private sector clients.
Learn how using big data can help you plan for future infrastructure developments during COVID-19.