Transportation planning provides for the most economical movement of vehicles and pedestrians through an area. The need for transportation planning is increasingly necessary in urban environments with limited resources and available space are confronted with varied challenges. In rural environments, transportation planning helps eliminate and mitigate future congestion, and provides for a comprehensive plan that can grow with future traffic demands.
ICON provides both conventional and multi-modal transportation planning, incorporating multiple modes of transportation and connections for a seamless system in urban environments.
Our experience includes traffic impact studies, corridor studies, Development of Regional Impact (DRI) studies, concurrency studies, local and regional transportation planning, strategic long-range transportation plans, and transportation plans specific to a corridor, mode of transportation or area.
Notable projects include transportation planning for the University of South Florida, Tampa and St. Petersburg campuses, Sarasota/Manatee MPO 2030 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), and South Bay Hospital concurrency, USF Master Plan Transportation Element, and K-Bar Ranch City of Tampa Annexation Development Agreements.