Bike / Pedestrian & Multi-modal
AMT’s design work for pedestrian and bicyclist elements is integral to our roadway project work, and our engineers are well-versed in the associated design considerations and safety concerns. AMT is also a regionally recognized leader in planning and designing recreational trails and rails-to-trails projects.
Almost every transportation project must consider pedestrians and bicyclists in the early phases of planning and design. Each project is unique and brings its own challenges, including right-of-way limitations and capacity issues. From designing pedestrian crossings to multi-use trails, and from signaling to arrows, we use Complete Streets policies to help you design context-sensitive solutions that take all types of non-motorized users into consideration. We are well versed in the most current federal and AASHTO design standards and guidelines for ADA compliance.
Each project is unique and brings its own challenges, including right-of-way limitations and capacity issues.
Maintenance of Traffic
AMT has substantial experience preparing and reviewing maintenance of traffic (MOT) plans for a variety of transportation projects throughout the eastern United...learn more
Roadway / Highway Engineering
There are a number of challenges that agencies face in constructing and maintaining our roadways and bridges. Funding remains an issue even...learn more
Our Team designs new, and repairs to bridges and underpasses (auto, pedestrian and rail), culverts, retaining walls and noise barriers and any...learn more
Traffic / Signal Studies, Analysis & Design
AMT regularly performs capacity analysis used to determine the volume to-capacity ratio and level of service (LOS) for intersections, corridors, interchanges, roundabouts,...learn more
Transportation / Transit Planning
Working on our railways encompasses more than just laying track. From surveying track alignments to bridge inspection and coordinated rail crossing studies,...learn more