Stanley Consultants offers planning, design and construction services for a variety of multimodal transportation systems including walking and biking paths and bridges, buses and light rail. With one-third of the United States’ carbon footprint auto-related, there has never been a better time for transportation methods to augment the automobile. Multimodal systems provide viable choices in mobility. They satisfy the need for seamless end-to-end infrastructure which allows people to travel from place to place efficiently, safely and economically.
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Related Projects Worldwide
Working Closely with Utah Transit Authority, Analysis and Studies Met Environmental Study Report Requirements
Stanley Consultants is refining and finalizing the preferred alternative for the Utah Transit Authority.
$1.5 Million Multimodal Plaza Serves Over 500 Daily
Stanley Consultants provided civil design, urban design and overall project management services for this $1.5 million multi-modal plaza that will serve over 500 commuters per day via bus and rail lines.
Pedestrian Safety for Indian River County
Stanley Consultants provided a study identifying potential improvements as well as a model for safe school access for Indian River County.
Pedestrian Bridge is Signature Landmark
Stanley Consultants provided construction administration and construction observation for the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge in Des Moines, IA. The bridge is a key component in the city’s Principal Riverwalk, which features lighted landscaped public spaces, world-class public art and this unique pedestrian bridge with pathways that connect 300 miles of central Iowa trails.
Incorporating History is No Challenge in Bridge Design
Stanley Consultants provided structural engineering, electrical engineering design, and construction administration and observation for the rehabilitation of the old Union Railroad Bridge across the Des Moines River in downtown Des Moines, Iowa.
Improving Public Transportation in a Fresh, New Way
Program management was provided by Stanley Consultants for the Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) vehicle, a rubber-tire rapid transit system that operates like light rail, but with the lower cost and flexibility of a bus.