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Projects

Corridor and Intersection Operational Review


Regional Road 5 (Killaly Street W.) Reconstruction, City of Port Colborne, ON:


• This project entailed the preliminary and detailed design of Killaly Street W. between King Street and Steele Street to an urban two-lane cross-section and preparation of contract documents for road reconstruction. My role was to undertake traffic forecasting and operational assessment of the corridor and provide recommendations for appropriate intersection laning, storage lane requirements, on-street parking, bike lanes, as well as intersection safety assessment (which included suitability of a roundabout).

Haist Street Rehabilitation: Regional Road 20 to Canboro Road, Regional District of Niagara, ON:


• This project entailed the design of a major arterial and local roadway expansion, including bike lanes as well as intersection improvements. My role was to undertake traffic forecasting and operational assessment of the corridor, as well as provide recommendations for appropriate intersection laning and storage lane requirements and safety assessment.

Regional Road 20 Reconstruction, Town of Pelham, ON:


Traffic Engineer for reconstruction of the Regional Road 20 / Haist Street intersection to improve traffic operations, reduce congestion and ensure public safety. Responsible for traffic analysis and recommendations on intersection lane configuration and signal operation.

Haist Street Rehabilitation: Regional Road 20 to Canboro Road, Regional District of Niagara, ON:


Traffic Engineer for the design of a major arterial and local roadway expansion, including bike lanes, as well as intersection improvements. Role was to undertake traffic forecasting and operational assessment of the corridor, as well as provide recommendations for appropriate intersection laning and storage lane requirements and safety assessment.

Pelham Street Rehabilitation, Town of Pelham, ON:


Traffic Engineer for preliminary and detailed design of the reconstruction of approximately 2.5 km of Pelham Street. Role was to undertake traffic forecasting and operational assessment of the corridor and provide recommendations for appropriate intersection laning and storage lane requirements.

Trans Canada Highway Functional Design (Millstream Road Interchange to Sooke Lake Road: Pedestrian Crosswalk Study), Langford, BC:


• This project entailed the functional design for road widening and upgrading of the Trans Canada Highway (TCH) between the Millstream Road Interchange and Sooke Lake Road. During the course of the assignment, it was determined that full movements, and the signalized crosswalk, at Spencer Road would need to be eliminated. As this is a signalized intersection which currently provides a convenient and safe crossing for pedestrians and cyclists across the TCH, MoTI requested that a pedestrian / cyclist study be carried out to determine current pedestrian and cyclist volumes crossing at this intersection; whether the pedestrian and cyclist volumes warranted maintaining a pedestrian and cyclist crossing at this location; and if so, what options are feasible (i.e., pedestrian bridge over the TCH, pedestrian / cyclist underpass, etc.).

Scenic Drive N Extension, City of Lethbridge, AB:


Traffic Engineer for preliminary and detailed design of approximately 1.6 km of new arterial road in West Lethbridge. Role was to undertake traffic forecasting and operational assessment of the corridor as well as provide recommendations for appropriate intersection laning and storage lane requirements for the 2020 and 2040 design horizons.

Metis Trail Detailed Design: Traffic Assessment, City of Lethbridge, AB:


Traffic Engineer for detailed design of the Metis Trail, a new four-lane arterial road constructed in support of rapid growth in West Lethbridge. The interim phase of Metis Trail was completed in the 2012 construction season. When completed in its entirety, Metis Trail will be an important link serving residential developments at the city’s western limit. To identify and confirm the laning requirements at both the interim and ultimate design horizons, traffic projections were undertaken and the future intersections modelled using the Synchro software program in order that traffic operations can be assessed and the intersection laning and storage lane requirements could be determined. The City’s policy for traffic control beyond an unsignalized intersection is for an assessment of roundabout operation before signalization. In this regard, assessment of the operation of roundabouts was undertaken at two locations.