Transportation Planning

Associated's transportation planning experience includes planning for highways, arterials, collectors, roadways, bicycle systems, recreational pathways, and transit in both urban and rural environments.  Our transportation planning expertise is complemented by our experience in public consultation and communication; urban, environmental, and infrastructure planning; and road and highway design and construction.  Our services include master plans, functional design, neighbourhood street plans, multi-modal transit plans, policy studies and development, travel demand modeling and forecasting, investment strategies, standards review, urban corridor revitalization, and traffic engineering.  Our approach is to work with the community and stakeholders to develop sustainable transportation solutions. Our staff have experience working on Complete Streets and apply planning solutions to achieve Livable Communities. We also have significant experience in the application of Economic Evaluation, Risk Analysis, and Business Case Preparation on our more complex transportation planning studies.

awards

Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan 2009 Award of Excellence

Yorkton Cycling Network


Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan 2015 Award of Merit

Intelligent Transportation System Technical Strategy


additional resources

An Owner’s Engineer Perspective to project delivery via Public-Private Partnerships

Across Canada, we are facing the challenge of infrastructure deficit and aging infrastructure. Infrastructure expansion is required to accommodate growth and allow for economic development.

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Alternative project delivery methods - can they solve the infrastructure deficit in Canada?

In this ViewPoints, we will examine public/private partnerships (P3s).

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Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

Every commuting day, we get into our vehicles, drive to the highway or through city streets and arrive at our offices and work sites.

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Complete Streets: Transforming our Cities

Since the days of the horse and buggy (not that I would know personally), streets have been planned and designed as a means of getting from Point A to Point B, thereby fulfilling the typical role of streets as a linear corridor.

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clients

City of Medicine Hat

City of Port Colborne

Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways & Infrastructure

Teck Coal Ltd.

career opportunities

Project Manager