As we embark on a bustling 2024, we gear up for the approaching year with great anticipation! Below, discover some of the projects that have us most thrilled for the upcoming year:

Holt Group Brand S Road development, Lancaster Mobley project

Brand S Road Development (Springfield, OR)

Lancaster Mobley is preparing a due diligence and feasibility analysis to identify the potential risks, ways to resolve identified issues, and potential impacts to the layout, timing, and costs of the development.  The analysis will include a review of potential transportation-related issues affecting the project, including: The longevity of the intersection of Highway 222 and Bob Straub Parkway and the amount of development that could occur on the site before improvements would be needed at the intersection; identifying any mitigation needed and the potential costs; analysis of up to 30 nearby intersections; and a detailed review of the City’s Transportation System Plan and Capital Facilities Plan.

Client: Holt Group

Central Oregon Community College, Madras. Lancaster Mobley project

Central Oregon Community College (Madras, OR)

Lancaster Mobley is preparing a Transportation Impact Study for the Master Plan and Site Plan Review application for the construction of an additional building on the current COCC campus.  Morning and peak hour traffic counts and operational analyses at nearby intersections, including a new college access driveway, will be examined with an emphasis on the morning peak hour given the nearby middle school and the school-related traffic adjacent to the COCC campus.  A pedestrian analysis will also be conducted and will include a forecast of potential pedestrian traffic that may be between the middle school and the college.

Client: Opsis Architecture

FairWell Festival Traffic Control Plan, Lancaster Mobley project

FairWell Festival Traffic Control Plan (Redmond, OR)

The FairWell Festival is a three-day music event held in July at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds.  Lancaster Mobley is working with the festival organizers to create a Traffic Control Plan to help improve the egress of patrons attending the festival.  In addition to coordination with local agencies, Lancaster Mobley will make recommendations for options to encourage off-site parking and suggestions for locations of temporary traffic control devices along adjacent roadways and within the event site.

Client: C3 Presents