SEI traffic engineers understand the importance of service integration and multi-modal transportation alternatives that minimize congestion and delays for motorists and support the continued growth of communities. Not many civil engineering firms provide this service in-house concurrent with other design processes. SEI
does. Engineering studies of projected traffic flows, future traffic impact, traffic control system optimization and design, transit, pedestrian and bike access, and site-specific parking contribute to the total transportation solutions that SEI can deliver.
Registered professionals with impressive experience in their field, their work is vital in the early planning stages of a development and facilitates the flow of traffic to existing roadway networks.
- Engineering studies and reports for proposed residential, commercial, mixed-use developments, and developments of regional impact.
- Traffic impact studies that determine the impact a proposed development may have on an existing roadway network.
- Capacity analyses that indicate an intersection’s level of service for existing and future conditions.
- Signal warrant analyses that determine the need for turn lanes, traffic signals, and any additional traffic improvements necessary for proposed growth and development.
- Signal timing and phasing plans that (based on the characteristics of an intersection or group of intersections) detail the timing parameters for programming traffic signal controllers.
- Traffic engineering studies and concept reports for Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) projects as outlined in the plan development process.