Our Transportation practice is uniquely adept at providing services that fulfill the exacting regulations and requirements of our local, regional, and federal clients. Our engineers look for innovative solutions to today’s infrastructure challenges as we address hydrology and hydraulics, traffic engineering, transportation, and the design of streets, roadways, highways, and toll roads. Keeping water, traffic, and people on the move are hallmarks of this knowledgeable and experienced team.
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The Transportation Division involves the planning, design, and construction of transportation facilities. We have extensive experience in preparing feasibility studies, preliminary engineering, schematics, and PS&E for freeway, tollway, rural highway, and urban street design. We strive to meet the needs of each and every client while maintaining the safe and efficient movement of people and goods throughout the region.
The Traffic Division provides practical solutions for all modes of transportation. Our engineers are knowledgeable in all aspects of traffic engineering with specialized experience in planning, access management, traffic signal design, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), traffic impact analysis (TIA), and capacity operations studies. Our traffic studies focus on improving traffic operations and mitigation strategies that include extensive use of the latest traffic modeling software. Our clients include private developers, counties, cities, contractors, engineering, and architectural firms.
J|C will be providing traffic engineering services for a statewide indefinite deliverable contract for the Texas Department of Transportation.
For both of these projects, J|C assisted with the letting process from advertising, opening, evaluation, and recommendation. J|C worked with Caldwell County to ensure the LGPP process was followed.
J|C designed a new location roadway between Cedar Lane and Telge Road in Harris County Precinct 4. The project was an approximately 5,800 foot long, 28-foot wide roadway with open ditch stormwater conveyance within the Willow Creek Floodplain and Floodway.
The project will widen the toll road to six lanes, from four lanes. The project scope includes roadway plan and profile design, retaining wall and storm drain design, signing and pavement marking, overhead signs, and storm water pollution prevention plans.
The Red Oak project reconstructed a key roadway in one of north Houston’s busiest corridors, doubling the lanes of traffic.
Long term traffic mitigation and funding for the project were two significant issues that required a definitive approach on our part to resolve.
Traffic control and mitigation of this heavily congested area was a chief challenge on this project. Relocating Centerpoint Energy transmission lines underground as well as relocating a large underground AT&T duct bank were also challenges that if not handled appropriately would have significant impacts on the schedule.
Maintaining continual traffic flow and minimizing disruption in the heavily traveled, population-dense west side neighborhood were critical pieces of this capital improvement project. The scope of work involved extensive coordination with a myriad of private utility companies to assess potential conflicts.