Warm weather ahead! Here are some of the projects we are looking forward to this spring and summer:

Clackamas Community College Harmony, parking

Clackamas Community College (CCC) Master Plan

Lancaster Mobley is analyzing existing transportation networks for CCC campuses and will suggest ways to sustainably improve available transportation options. Work includes information about emerging transportation technologies and Metro’s regional equity analysis, campus lighting and campus security as it relates to policing and surveillance impacts on BIPOC individuals, assessment of current multimodal transportation safety of the 3 campuses, trip generation and parking generation, and an exploration of opportunities to reduce the environmental footprint of travel to and from CCC well into the future.

Client: Clackamas Community College

Castle Rock Landing master plan

Castle Rock Landing Master Plan

Castle Rock Landing is a development in Cowlitz County, Washington. The master plan will incorporate 6 properties totalling approximately 118 acres, and will include 200 multifamily housing units, recreational use space, commercial office and retail space, and a mix of light industrial/flex space. Lancaster Mobley’s work will include trip generation analysis for the master plan area, and preparation of a transportation impact study (TIS).

Client: Compass Group LLC

Oregon City Transit Center

Oregon City Transit Center

TriMet is currently evaluating to alternatives for the reconfiguration of the Oregon City Transit Center. Lancaster Mobley will prepare a comparative transportation analysis of the 2 options. Work includes traffic counts during peak periods of the intersections in question, coordination with Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to explore timing changes to optimize operation, comparing current bus circulation with new circulation and bus stop locations, and review of bus stop locations.

Client: TriMet

Beaverton Breakside Brewery

Beaverton Breakside Brewery & Food Carts

Breakside Brewery is opening a new location in downtown Beaverton, with adjacent food carts and beer garden. Lancaster Mobley is working with the consultant team putting the project together, including sight distance analysis, using lighting analysis software to determine a current lighting conditions plan, and review and preparation of construction documents in order to show the adjacent roadways meet the illumination standards in the Beaverton Engineering Design Manual.

Client: O’Brien & Company

Brady Road Development, Camas

Camas Station Retail Center

Camas Station Retail Center is a mixed-use commercial development in Camas, WA. Lancaster Mobley’s work includes project research around potential transportation-related issues that may arise, attendance at the pre-application meeting, negotiating with the City of Camas regarding the scope of the transportation impact study (TIS), and the TIS itself.

Client: MAJ Development Corporation