RK&K provides complete transportation planning, highway design and traffic engineering services that focus on adaptable solutions for our public and private sector clients – all while improving safety of its users, minimizing impacts to the environment, and meeting client objectives. Services span all transportation modes (pedestrian, bicycle, transit: bus/light rail/heavy rail/commuter rail; streets, highways and interstates), land use settings (urban to suburban to rural), client sizes, and project budgets. Our technical expertise, creative solutions, and collaborative approach allow us to provide recommendations and solutions, which is used by decision-makers as an effective evaluative tool for future infrastructure needs.
RK&K’s project planning contracts have involved alignment and location studies; multi-modal planning and design services; travel forecasting and traffic/needs analyses; natural environmental and socio-economic analyses; public involvement and facilitation efforts; environmental documents including NEPA Environmental Assessment Forms and Environmental Effects Reports, NEPA Categorical Exclusions, Environmental Assessment/FONSIs, Draft/Final EISs, Records of Decision, and reevaluations; and hydraulic, wetland, and floodplain studies in coordination with government agencies and local jurisdictions.
Areas of Expertise
- Roadway and Transit Planning
- Multi-Modal Planning
- Alternatives Analysis
- Environmental Documents / Analysis
- Public Involvement
K Street Transitway, DC Department of Transportation (DDOT)
Planning and preliminary engineering for and planning for this multi-modal transitway project.
US 301 Project Development and General Engineering Consultant (GEC), DE Department of Transportation (DelDOT)
Study, planning, environmental, design and GEC services for this new 14-mile roadway in Northern Delaware.
I-77 Widening, NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT)
Planning and preliminary design for this $506M project involving 23 miles of roadway widening in Stateville, Mecklenburg & Iredell Counties.
I-64 Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel, VA Department of Transportation (VDOT)
Major project planning study, including all activities to complete a Draft/Final Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS/EIS) for 11.7-mile corridor.