Environmental Services for Transit Operations
Major transit projects require a sophisticated understanding of federal transportation funding programs, knowledge and design experience with state-of-the-art technology, and effective communication with both the public and affected agencies at every planning and design step.
Major transit projects that receive federal funding must meet the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Whether its completion of technical analysis for Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Statements, developing an alternative analysis process that is sustainable, or and preliminary engineering that is innovative yest cost-effective, you need specialists who understand the complexities of transit operations and can develop solutions that are unique to each community.
A Team You Can Trust
Kimley-Horn planners, environmental specialists, financial analysts, and engineers are experienced in the complete process of transit project development and delivery. We have provided leadership in successfully advancing transit projects through the complexities of the federal environmental review process, which includes preparing concise, defensible, and easy-to-understand documents. We are keenly focused on advancing transit projects that are competitive for federal funding while effectively achieving local and regional project goals.
Routinely working with complex institutional structures, we engage the public in project dialogue to facilitate consensus. By considering constructability concerns and community impacts from the very beginning of project development, we create transit projects that can enhance communities, improve accessibility, and are built on time and within budget.