The City of Surrey is developing a Neighbourhood Cycling Route between Surrey City Centre and the Port Mann Bridge. The Bon Accord Pedestrian Bridge is an important part of the route, providing a crossing on the 109th Avenue corridor over Bon Accord Creek. The three-span, composite steel box girder bridge is supported by concrete columns and micro-piled foundations and considered the stability of the steep-sided Bon Accord Ravine.
The 4th Street Pedestrian Overpass is a critical pedestrian link between the City of New Westminter's popular waterfront park promenade and Columbia Street, the heart of their urban centre. The overpass allows pedestrian access to the eastern end of the linear park, providing a fully accessible crossing to the park.
Helping to revitalize the town's core into a vibrant business hub and tourist attraction by integrating new pathways with eye-catching planters, public seating, and ornamental lighting to create spaces enhancing the downtown experience for residents and tourists.
Tynehead Regional Park Trail forms part of the City of Surrey’s 200 km multi-use pathway. Tynehead Bridge is an important part of the network, providing a pedestrian and cycle link between the Fraser Heights neighbourhood and communities south of Highway 1. The elegant, tied-arch bridge design features a 120 m long, three-span overpass inspired by the mountains to the north the nearby Serpentine River. The design also incorporates a stunning night-time lighting display.
The 2015 update to the City of St. Albert Transportation Master Plan included a variety of methods of data collection, from travels surveys to open houses. A key piece of our consultation strategy was three stakeholder workshops, where we worked with a range of stakeholders from within the City and surrounding municipalities to identify key project strategies and goals and finalize all recommendations.
Associated’s approach to transportation planning and design promotes inclusion of active transportation modes, such as pedestrian and cyclists trails, pathways and bridges, to provide the public with choices for transportation that support healthy lifestyles, and are more environmentally friendly. Our transportation engineers bring award-winning expertise in planning and designing cycling lanes and programs to promote active transport. Our designs promote safety, connectivity with other modes of transport, and sense of community, creating more livable communities.
For more information, please contact Bryan Petzold (Vice President, Transportation Planning & Traffic Engineering) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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