Streets aren’t just about cars anymore. Join Stantec’s Mike Rutkowski and Craig Lewis as they explain the shift to people-oriented design, which accommodates people, bicycles, and transit, as well as cars.
Urban Places Idea Lab (Part 1): Tweaking plans, designs, and sustainability strategies
Fine-tuning by the interdisciplinary design team focuses on how sites, districts, and even cities will func...
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The WELL Community Standard equips planners to build health promotion into the very fabric of neighborhoods
Achieving NEPA Assignment—4 ways the right consultant is critical to reaching this goal
NEPA Assignment offers many benefits to a state agency, but how can you prepare for the application, execution, and implementation?
EcoDriving can save you time, money, and effort—all while reducing your carbon footprint
Take a sneak peek at our ecoDriving course from the intern who helped update it
Are we a match? Meet our team of transportation experts at SASHTO to find out!
Stantec is proud to sponsor and attend the Southern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials at the 77th Annual SASHTO Meeting this year.
Key factors to consider in APD project pursuits
Get ready, because alternative project delivery projects are becoming more common, Gord Johnston writes in Design Quarterly
Looking back at Infrastructure Week: We have our marching orders—educate and advocate
As practitioners, now is the time to focus on what role we can take in helping repair our infrastructure systems in the US
The road to resilience
Addressing transportation infrastructure vulnerability.
Technology on the interstate
Read Brian Brenner's article on the ENR blog.
Read Christian Wiederholz's article in Civil & Structural Engineer Magazine
WEBINAR RECORDING: The impact of emerging technologies on complete streets
Transportation expert Rod Schebesch contributes to a webinar hosted by Smart Growth America, Transportation for America, the National Complete Streets Coalition, and Stantec
How planning for autonomous vehicles can help cities improve 3 types of infrastructure
Shared Automated Vehicles can support urbanization, inclusion, and improve transportation options
Keeping an eagle eye on sustainable bridge design
Balancing nature and growth on Vancouver's Low Level Road—with sustainability always in focus
Avoiding traffic trouble: Planning for large events
Visual storytelling can help large events with extensive road closures run smoothly without creating traffic congestion
How implementing biophilic architecture can soothe transit riders
Read Rachel Bannon-Godfrey's article in Metro Magazine.
Why your community needs its own Complete Streets design guidelines
Cities and communities can often chose from a range of existing Complete Streets design guidelines. Here's why doing so is a bad idea.
Can you do your client's job?
How the Minnesota Department of Transportation is taking the "Us vs. Them" mindset out of the client-engineering consultant relationship
Mind wandering during everyday driving: Bridget Burdett's PhD
Principal Researcher Bridget Burdett discusses her PhD, 'Mind Wandering During Everyday Driving', in an interview on Radio New Zealand.
Published: Preparing for the Future of Mobility in Tennessee
Stantec's Susan Marlow discusses the process her and her team are using to help engage Tennessee communities and move them toward a more resilient future as it pertains to mobility.
3 ways complete streets policies provide social, economic, and physical equity
Smart Growth America has made a difference in the lives of thousands across the US—and we’re proud to help continue our support
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