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SC 19 Corridor Study
Aiken County, SC

DRMP is providing transportation planning services for the study of 11-miles of Edgefield Highway (SC 19).  This regionally significant corridor extends from Hampton Avenue in downtown Aiken, SC to the Aiken County/Edgefield County Line. The corridor contains a variety of different transportation and land uses that are being affected by discrete land development and transportation investment decisions.  The Study will establish a vision that will identify goals for developing and achieving positive and sustainable changes in terms of access, safety, capacity, development, and better mobility for residents, existing and future businesses and users of the corridor.  The Study will provide an overall plan that will provide the policy framework to preserve and enhance the respective corridor segments.  The final report will be a 20-year Corridor Management Plan to be adopted by Aiken County, SCDOT, and the Augusta Regional Transportation Study (ARTS) MPO.

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Statehouse Wayfinding Study
B&CB Internal Operations

DRMP is responsible for the transportation planning component of this ongoing wayfinding study of the private three-story, parking garage (1800 spaces) with four access points located under the South Carolina Statehouse and legislative buildings. DRMP designed the access points and implemented traffic calming measures at all entrances. This parking garage has an unconventional layout and was underground. Specific study components consisted of: signing and marking inventory, traffic pattern analysis, conceptual design of one alternative, cost estimate and preparation of wayfinding report. Our engineers were approved for security clearance before design began. 

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Transportation Planning and Study Contract
City of Lakeland, Florida

Since 1987, DRMP has served the City of Lakeland’s Departments of Public Works and Community Development to provide a broad range of services.  These services include transportation planning, traffic analyses and parking studies, preliminary engineering studies, roadway planning and design, trail planning and design, general civil engineering, stormwater management, environmental permitting and construction engineering inspection.  Under this contract, DRMP has performed the Waring Road Preliminary Engineering Study, Beacon Road Extension Multi-Use Corridor Study and Crevasse Road Corridor Planning Study to name a few.

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Hanley Road Safety Project
Hillsborough County, Florida

DRMP provided engineering and planning for this high priority safety project to improve overall safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists on Hanley Road, from Hillsborough Avenue to Waters Avenue approximately 2 miles in length. This corridor was classified as an Urban Collector.  The existing features along this corridor included sidewalks, 19 transit bus stops, 3 schools, the Town and Country Greenway multi-use trail and two midblock pedestrian crossings. Adjacent developments were a mix of residential communities, business/commercial centers and schools, all of which generated significant pedestrian and vehicular traffic.  This amount of traffic had contributed to numerous crashes along this section.  Study elements of the project included a Midblock Pedestrian Crossing Study to determine if any new midblock crossings were needed and a Speed Study to determine the average traffic speed along this corridor.

The design included raised medians, concrete traffic separators at intersections from Hillsborough Avenue to Fountain Avenue, implemented Shared Lane Markings (Sharrows) along outside lanes on both sides of the road and crosswalk upgrades at intersections to meet ADA/FDOT design standards throughout the project limits. DRMP was instrumental in assisting Hillsborough County implement sharrows for the first time which were designed instead of 4-foot bike lanes because of right-of-way and budgetary constraints. The sharrows were used to assist bicyclists on a roadway open to bicycle traffic where no wide curb lane, bicycle lanes or paved shoulders existed. In order to implement the sharrows, the posted speed limit was reduced from 40 mph to 35 mph.

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General Planning Continuing Services
West Florida Regional Planning Council (WFRPC)

DRMP served as the General Planning Services consultant for the Florida-Alabama, Okaloosa-Walton and Bay County Transportation Planning Organizations (TPOs). Services under this contract included: TPO administration, unified planning work program, public involvement process, regional coordination, data collection, GIS data analysis, transportation improvement programs, long range transportation plans, transportation system management, freight and goods movement planning, public transportation planning, bicycle/pedestrian systems planning, transportation disadvantaged program, air quality planning, corridor planning and preservation, congestion management process, intelligent transportation system (ITS) planning, and any other services to fulfill the needs of the West Florida Regional Planning Council. 

 

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