Active Transportation

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


ACEC-SK 2009 Award of Excellence

Yorkton Cycling Network

additional resources

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

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Complete Streets: Transforming our Cities

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Eben Kruger’s international experience has led to a rewarding consulting career in Canada

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Crowchild Trail–Flanders Avenue Interchange in Calgary delivered on-time as design-build project

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Environmental Assessment and design of Fischer-Hallman Road

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St. Albert Transportation Master Plan lays the foundation for a sustainable, multi-modal, transportation system

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Upgrades to the Mountain Highway Interchange on Highway 1 in North Vancouver will improve access and safety

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City of Medicine Hat

City of Regina

City of St. Albert

City of Yorkton

Regina Public Schools

Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo