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ATG | DCCM Supports Arkansas Transportation Planning Statewide

ATG | DCCM Supports Arkansas Transportation Planning Statewide Statewide, Arkansas The Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) selected ATG | DCCM to provide transportation systems planning, and management systems planning/FAST Act compliance, along with corridor traffic engineering and operational analysis. Below are a few project examples of the many ways ATG | DCCM was able to […]

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Improving Austin’s East Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd./FM969 Corridor

Improving Austin’s East Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. / FM969 Corridor Austin, Texas The City of Austin selected ATG | DCCM to develop safety, mobility, and connectivity improvements along East Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard/FM 969 Corridor Project from US 183 to Decker Lane. With funding for Austin’s current Corridor Construction Program, ATG | DCCM

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Texarkana Planning for Active Communities

Texarkana Planning for Active Communities Northeast Texas ATG | DCCM assisted the Texarkana Metropolitan Planning Organization (TMPO) in developing a Regional Active Transportation Master Plan to make lives better in northeast Texas. Active transportation focuses on the integration of active forms of transportation such as walking or cycling with passive forms of transportation such as cars,

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El Paso MPO 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan Update

El Paso MPO 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan Update El Paso, Texas ATG | DCCM recently assisted the El Paso Metropolitan Planning Organization (EPMPO) with the development and adoption of their 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), and corresponding Transportation Air Quality Conformity Report. ATG | DCCM worked closely with MPO staff to engage regional stakeholders and

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