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Steer Davies Gleave produces a manifesto for city centers in the age of the Driverless Car

02 May 2018

According to the latest industry predictions, Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) will become a reality in the wealthiest urban environments within the next 10 years. Steer Davies Gleave has produced a design study to understand how this shift will change the faces of our cities.

Pierre Vilain speaks about all-door bus boarding at the Society for Benefits Cost Analysis Annual Conference

28 March 2018

Pierre Vilain, Associate Director at Steer Davies Gleave, presented at the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis Annual Conference on March 15, 2018, in Washington, DC. 

Digital team delivers new transit websites and apps for GoTriangle and Valley Metro

20 February 2018

Over the past year our digital team has been working closely with GoTriangle in Durham, NC, and Valley Metro in Phoenix, AZ, to design and deliver new transit websites and apps. Both agencies had outdated websites and required new user-centered approaches to design and deliver key passenger information. In addition, both clients wanted to simplify the way their websites are managed – including the processing of complicated schedule data and integration of Rider Alerts with Google Maps and the website.

Rachel Forseth presented at ACT’s Employer Program webinar

20 February 2018

Sponsored by the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) Employer Council, Steer Davies Gleave Consultant Rachel Forseth and fellow presenters conducted a webinar on February 20th at 2 pm (EST). The presentation focused on Transportation Demand Management (TDM) techniques for employers and municipalities to leverage technology and enhance communication to connect employees to sustainable commute options.

Artesia Station TOD Specific Plan

17 February 2018

Steer Davies Gleave is working with a multi-disciplinary team, led by SOM to develop a Transit Oriented District Specific Plan for the City of Compton around Metro’s Artesia Blue Line station. The City is looking for this project to create a new node of economic activity that has a unique sense of place, taking into account future adjacent opportunities for culture, arts and entertainment.

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