Category: Traffic Engineering

Complete Streets Safely Serve Everyone

Complete Streets are created for everyone. Traditionally, roadways were primarily designed for motor vehicles. Over time, roadway design has evolved to include multimodal transportation concepts and features. The forerunner of Complete Streets policy was introduced in 1971 by the Oregon Department of Transportation, which required that new roads accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians. Since then Smart… Read More »

Engineering/Architecture: What’s New in 2019

By Sue Leith, PG, CPSM It’s the start of the new year, and a yearly resolution for any organization is to stay on top of the trends and innovations that will drive its industry. The architecture/engineering industry is no different. As innovations change how people live, travel, and shop, the infrastructure they interact with has… Read More »

Making a Difference, One Solution at a Time

By Thomas Pulse, PE Design professionals come in many forms. They design, engineer, landscape, survey, map, inspect, and build the infrastructure that surrounds and serves us. But they share one common characteristic: The work they do improves lives. For nearly 60 years, the professionals at Ayres Associates have been working to make your world –… Read More »