Here are some of our highlighted transportation projects.
Traffic engineering focuses on the operations of roads, streets, highways, and their networks. As traffic engineers, SA works to maintain the efficient movement of people and goods while ensuring the safety of motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists alike. Existing transportation systems and development providing access to/from roadway networks must be analyzed to determine their various impacts to both traffic operations and safety.
The SA engineering staff has provided traffic engineering services for over 1,000 development projects in over 200 municipalities throughout every county in the State of New Jersey, as well as Pennsylvania and Delaware. Our firm provides traffic engineering services to both private developers and public entities. Traffic engineering services include:
Transportation planning focuses on the coordination between land use and transportation systems that influences traffic patterns and demands. As transportation planners, SA plans and evaluates the interactivity between various transportation facilities including roadways, mass transit, parking, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Much like traffic engineering, mobility and safety are of the highest importance. However, transportation planning also emphasizes the importance of energy conservation and the environment through encouraging alternative modes of transportation.
The SA engineering staff has provided transportation planning services to municipalities, as well as for large-scale private developments such as planned commercial developments, transit-oriented villages, entertainment venues, and sports stadiums. Transportation planning services include:
Traffic design is an important element of both traffic engineering and transportation planning. As traffic design engineers, SA designs the layout and configuration of traffic control devices, roadway operation devices, and parking facilities. We understand the importance of flexibility in design, while maintaining the necessary mobility and safety for all possible roadway users.
The SA engineering staff has provided traffic design services to private developers, municipalities, counties, and public utilities. Traffic design services include:
Parking is another important element of both traffic engineering and transportation planning. Parking facilities enable the interaction between transporation systems and land use. As traffic engineers and transportation planners, SA evaluates layout, operations, and supply of parking facilities to maintain safety and mobility both within the development the facility serves and the adjacent transportation system. We understand the importance of providing roadway users with safe and convenient access to/from their vehicles, while adhering to standards of the governing body and physical site constraints.
The SA engineering staff has provided parking services for over 500 private development and public projects throughout the State of New Jersey. These projects have included various types of parking facilities including parking garages, metered parking, on-street parking, valet parking, etc. Parking services include:
In addition to techinical analyses and report and plan preparation, SA coordinates the submission of permit applications to NJDOT and PennDOT for developments requiring access to a State highway. The type of permit application required varies from project to project, as does the level of coordination necessary to obtain an NJDOT Access Permit or PennDOT Highway Occupancy Permit.
The SA engineering staff has coordinated the submission of hundreds of permit applications to NJDOT and PennDOT for developments proposing anything from changing the land use of an existing building, to realigning a street intersection and installing a traffic signal. Access permit services include:
Accurate data reflecting typical conditions of a transportation system are necessary in order to provide accurate analysis of the operating conditions. SA has the capabilities of recording many different variables at intersections, along roadways, within parking facilities, etc. Data collection services include: