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TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION

Big Picture Vision, Long Term Strategies

Award-winning, Hernandez, Kroone and Associates (HKA) performs a full range of traffic engineering services from preparation of Project Study Report (PSR) and Project Report (PR) documents to full Plans, Specifications and Estimates (PS&E) in addition to supporting traffic impact studies for new freeway construction, freeway widening, and new governmental or commercial development projects.

In 2002, HKA was awarded the On-Call Services honor related to Caltrans Traffic Engineering, District 8 San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, Contract 08A0715.

HKA has performed modeling analysis, traffic forecasting, and prepared geometric and route alternative studies and associated traffic impact studies. Modeling analysis has included alternative modes of transportation such as rail, bus, and non-motorized. HKA has prepared traffic detour, traffic delineation, traffic signalization and signing and striping, and traffic control and construction handling plans for PS&E plans in support of construction bid document packages.

HKA’s staff of traffic engineers are well versed in the latest Caltrans Average Daily Traffic (ADT) reports, Caltrans Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) reports, Caltrans Peak Hour Volume Data Reports, Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) models, East Valley Traffic Model, Caltrans High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Report, Caltrans Route Concept Report, and System Management Report, Caltrans Highway Design Manual, the latest version of the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and California Supplement, and latest census data reports and demographics reports prepared by local counties and cities.

HKA experts can provide:

  • California Environmental Quality Act (CEQU) Studies

  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Studies

  • Modeling and Simulation

  • Parking Analysis and Design

  • Signal Lighting Design

  • Signing and Striping Plans

  • Traffic Control Plans

  • Traffic Impact Studies

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