McCormick Taylor’s traffic engineers play a fundamental role in almost every project we complete. They provide support for our environmental impact studies, design location studies, and preliminary and final design projects for roadways and bridges. Our traffic engineering staff has the capability and expertise to take a project from the initial planning and data collection stages to final design.

Capabilities:


  • Machine and manual traffic data collection
  • Crash analysis and safety studies
  • Roadway deficiencies surveys
  • Parking and traffic management
  • Travel time and delay studies
  • Origin-destination studies
  • Travel demand modeling
  • Capacity and level of service analysis
  • Network simulation
  • Roundabout analysis and simulation
  • Toll plaza analysis and simulation
  • Transportation planning studies including impact studies, alternatives analysis, needs studies, feasibility studies, institutional work (campus planning and design), corridor planning, access management studies and concept development
  • Signal and signal system design
  • Highway Occupancy Permit reviews
  • Traffic Impact Studies
  • Transit signal priority
  • Traffic calming
  • Signing and pavement marking plans
  • Traffic control plans, including construction staging plans and analysis, temporary signal plans, detour plan development, detour route analysis and bike/pedestrian detours
  • Traffic/incident management plans
  • ITS planning and design
  • Traffic studies and plan reviews
  • Grade crossing design and railroad coordination
  • Preparation of bid documents
  • ADA curb ramp design and review services
  • Computer animation/visualization