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Kimley-Horn transportation engineer Jeffrey Elsey shares six essential steps to revolutionizing patient and employee mobility at healthcare campuses.
Kimley-Horn’s Dennis Motiani organized and moderated a panel to discuss these issues and potential solutions at the 2018 Intelligent Transportation Society of America Annual Meeting
After a football game in late 2017, it took approximately 60 minutes to clear more than 70,000 guests from the parking decks and streets around the arena.
As engineers and planners, we are often tasked with using data to defend our decisions. Using good judgement can give data greater meaning and help you make better decisions.
More than 80 percent of the United States’ population lives in urban areas, where opportunities to connect with nature are often limited.
How do you catalyze the redevelopment and revitalization of a city? It may be as simple as introducing a modern form of transportation.
Can parallels be drawn between designing for zoos and designing for communities?
Suburbs are not destined to remain strip malls and excessive parking—many are reinventing themselves into walkable communities.
Here’s what you need to know in the new interim approval: State and local agencies must request and receive permission