Lancaster Mobley is on the Lever Architecture led team for the PSU Gateway project located at 1914 SW Park Avenue. Our role includes loading analysis, vehicular access, photometric assessment, traffic signal and street lighting design.
This project was an on-call task order to secure ODOT’s approval of a traffic signal at this location. The technical memorandum addressed the City’s Transportation System Plan (TSP) and Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that were related to the study intersection, sight distance analysis, crash data analysis, traffic signal warrants, and design considerations.
Lancaster Mobley supported Washington Park's Transportation Management Association in the development and implementation of new traffic control and parking management strategies for the park's main lot. During busy days, the park draws significantly more [...]
Lancaster Mobley worked closely with Portland Parks and Recreation and the consultant team to update the Portland International Raceway master plan. This included coordination with the City of Portland and the Oregon Department of [...]
Lancaster Mobley has provided transportation planning and engineering services for PCC throughout their district but has had particularly detailed involvement at the Rock Creek Campus. Our work began in 2009 with major building projects [...]
As part of the West Burnside Multimodal Project, Lancaster Mobley provided infrastructure design services for traffic signal modification and replacement at the intersections of 18th Avenue, 19th Avenue, and Burnside. The intersection will soon [...]
Lancaster provided transportation analysis and consulting for the 4th+Montgomery project, a new addition to the Portland State University campus that will include classrooms and office space for PSU, Portland Community College, and the City of Portland. Because of the building's location on campus, loading spaces and car parking are planned to be shared with other facilities; however since these are typically required to support new construction Lancaster provided a detailed analysis of the impacts of the plan.