Ashley Lickliter shares how transit systems are delivering essential services today, and how funding and ridership may look for the industry as shelter-in-place orders expire.
Public engagement specialists Leila Bunge and Jessica Laabs share advice on how to ensure virtual public engagement efforts are accessible, inclusive, and meaningful when occurring online.
Jeffrey Elsey, P.E., CAPP, LEED AP shares key takeaways from his recent webinar with NPA on the Shared Parking, 3rd Edition model.
Kimley-Horn’s Emily Grenzke, MIAM, a national leader in infrastructure asset management discusses how to best deal with risk during a time of rapid change.
Kimley-Horn telecom practice leads Kevin Clements and David Reuters share what city leaders need to know about 5G and its impact on communities.
When businesses can reopen and we no longer need to shelter in place, consumers will not immediately go back to their old ways. What will the new normal look like in a month, or in six months? How about in one year? These are the questions we must consider when we return to brick-and-mortar retail.
Some developers and municipalities have decided to hit pause, others are keeping on track, and a few are accelerating work where possible. Here are three simple steps that can help move projects forward.
Kimley-Horn parking and mobility consultants Jeffrey Elsey, Chuck Reedstrom, and David Taxman weigh in on how three industries that rely heavily on parking revenue—municipalities, universities, and airports—are working through the impacts of the pandemic now and in the future.
At a time when traditional, face-to-face public involvement meetings aren’t feasible, leveraging digital tools can help you carry out effective public engagement, while connecting with your community in new and innovative ways.
In this interview, Mark Miller, P.E. shares more about this trending topic, explaining what PFAS are, why you should care, and what’s being done to mitigate their effects.
If you are asked to assist with the setup and mobilization of mobile or drive-through testing facilities to help curb the spread of COVID-19, here are some best practices and tips for ensuring the efficiency, safety, and well-being of all.