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News Archive - 2014

12/11/2014
Whitehouse Group completes Commitment 2040, the Long Range Transportation Plan for the Miami Urbanized Area within Broward County, for the Broward MPO. Commitment 2040 allocates available Federal, state and local funds to maintain and improve the transportation system within the Broward MPO's planning area over the next 26 years. Commitment 2040 is “financially feasible," meaning only revenues that can be reasonably expected were considered in funding the projects and programs documented within the plan. > read more

12/10/2014
Whitehouse Group selected for a $2 million Planning and Finance Contract by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). Services that may be completed under this contract include: developing planning, feasibility and conceptual design studies; providing market assessments, administrative support, oversight and other technical support; assisting in analyzing funding / financial information as well as identifying additional funding sources and expected revenue sources; and recommend route and shared-ride fare structures for transit agencies statewide.

04/28/2014
Whitehouse Group supports the Broward MPO and Palm Beach MPO to develop a grant application for Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) TIGER VI funding. The project will implement safety improvements at 176 crossings of the Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) in Broward and Palm Beach counties. The improvements will include four-quadrant (quad) gates, raised medians, pedestrian access management, interconnected traffic signals and other safety enhancements consistent with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) recommendations to maximize safety. > read more

01/22/2014
The Transportation Research Board appoints Todd A. Brauer, Vice President & CFO, to the oversight committee for NCHRP 08-94: Guidelines for Selecting Travel Forecasting Methods and Techniques. The objective of this research is to develop guidelines for travel forecasting practitioners to (1) assess the suitability and limitations of their travel forecasting methods and techniques to address specific policy and planning questions; (2) scope model development or improvements so as to attain the desired policy sensitivity within constraints such as institutional, budget, model development time, and resources; and (3) communicate limitations and any improvements to decision makers. > read more

   
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