Estimating Modal Trip Generation

Published in ITE Journal, October 2021
Written by Paige Glassman, EIT, Transportation Planning Specialist

Transit oriented developments (TODs), while defined differently throughout the country, are generally compact, mixed-use development near transit facilities that offer high-quality pedestrian and bicycle facilities. TODs are a relatively new concept in the United States; these developments are located in moderate to high density areas and can be new construction or redevelopment. Based on proximity to public transit, TODs often feature higher transit and non-automotive transportation. The most common land uses within TODs are residential, commercial, and office.

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Traffic, Planning and Design, Inc. celebrates 30 years in business

Published by MONTCO.Today

Traffic Planning and Design, Inc. (TPD), an award-winning transportation engineering firm  serving the eastern United States, is pleased to announce its 30th anniversary in business. Founded in April of 1989 in a remodeled three-story colonial house located in Oaks, TPD began with six employees, and over the last 30 years has grown into 10 strategically located offices throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and North Carolina. TPD’s priority on organic, sustainable company growth has enabled the firm to develop and maintain its staff of highly-qualified professionals whose contribution to infrastructure, workforce, and economic development has earned the firm merit on local, regional and national levels.

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Roundabout Designer Wins Engineering Award

Published by The Reading Eagle

Frank Falzone, project manager in the Access Design Department of Traffic Planning and Design, Inc., was named the 2018 Young Engineer of the Year by The Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers. Falzone is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He serves the society’s Reading Chapter as state director.

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