TRB recognizes Kimley-Horn’s Pam Keidel-Adams in TRNews as a leader in the aviation industry.
With more than 33 critical corridors and upwards of 1,000 signals and 600 cameras, Kimley-Horn helped Austin’s Mobility Management Center (MMC) leverage big data analysis tools to gain insights quickly and adapt accordingly.
Stacie Phillips, P.E., played a key role in developing the official guidance for traffic signals at diverging diamond interchanges (DDI)s in TRB’s second edition informational guide. Check out the highlights and takeaways from this update.
As we kick off 2021, Kimley-Horn transportation experts from across the country weigh in on what shifts in travel behavior could mean for agencies, communities, businesses, and the future of transportation and land use planning.
Elizabeth McQueen shares how cities can prepare for the era of Urban Air Mobility in Inside Unmanned Systems.
Congratulations to Ken Ackeret for receiving the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from ITE Western District!
Chadi Chazbek, P.E. highlights how the pandemic has accelerated shifting trends in the tolling industry and describes what the road ahead may look like.
Anthony Gallo, P.E., and Alan Toppen, P.E., share how they’ve helped the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) improve efficiency through ATSPM software.
ITE’s “Spotlite” Leadership Series recognizes Kimley-Horn’s Tracy Lehman, P.E., RSP2I and Ashley Lickliter, P.E. as leaders in the transportation industry. #ITE2020
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
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