O’Rourke Engineering & Planning views mobility analyses as the study of existing transportation systems throughout a municipality in relation to opportunities and challenges, with the intention to identify future enhancements that would improve the overall status of the mobility for citizens and visitors alike.
Mobility studies oftenserve as a resource for use by city staff as well as a platform for discussion of planned and programmed transportation improvements affecting the area.
Project: Stuart Mobility
Client: City of Stuart
Location: Martin County, FL
O’Rourke Engineering & Planning prepared the mobility study to evaluate existing conditions and recommended enhancements for travel modes to include vehicular, bicycle, pedestrian, rail and transit. Likewise, potential transportation improvements including: extended shuttles, new roads, and water taxi were identified.
Project: Jupiter Area Study
Client: Town of Jupiter
Location: Palm Beach County, FL
O’Rourke Engineering & Planning analyzed intersections along Indiantown Road providing recommendations for improvements in the corridor. This effort represented one of the first Corridor Master Plans. O’Rourke Engineering & Planning prepared the CIP sheets for each improvement to include: drawings, cost estimates and Funding. The firm also evaluated individual traffic issues such as intersection design and operations.
Project: Pineda Crossing
Client: SEDEVCO, LLC
Location: Brevard County, FL
O’Rourke Engineering & Planning prepared the corridor analyses for Pineda Causeway and Wickham Road. Each corridor was analyzed over a 2 – mile section to determine level of service with various roadway alternatives. Alternatives included intersection additions and new roadway segments to divert traffic from critical intersections. The project was reviewed and approved by Brevard County.
- US1/Dixie Highway – Boca Raton, FL
- San Marcos Mobility Plan – San Marcos, CA
- Carlsbad Mobility Plan – Carlsbad, CA
- Pacific Coast Highway Corridor – Encinitas, CA
- Corridor Master Plan Guidelines – Palm Beach County, CA