Maximize Safety and Minimize Roadway Stress
No one likes traffic, which is why our team is focused on helping you keep things moving. From connectivity analyses and impact studies, to congestion relief and wayfinding, we work to implement projects that make getting around safer and more convenient – resulting in better quality of life for residents and commuters alike.
- Access management
- Capacity analyses
- Circulation studies
- Development of Regional Impact (DRI) studies
- Intersection improvement analyses
- Interstate and arterial guide signage design
- ITS/ATMS planning, analyses, and design
- Parking studies
- Safety and operational analyses
- School traffic plans
- Signal system design, timing, and warrant analyses
- Signal and driveway permitting
- Traffic calming alternatives
- Traffic impact studies
- Traffic simulation modeling
- Truck route operations analyses
Traffic mobility starts with performing corridor and intersection studies to determine the need for short-term, mid-term, and long-range capacity and improvements. Next, our team will develop concept and detailed designs using modern traffic engineering analysis software. We’ll partner with you to evaluate improvement options and create traffic mobility models that eliminate congestion, improve safety, and increase accessibility.
We handle millions of dollars of projects annually that keep the Southeast moving. Take a look at a few of our featured projects that have helped to increase operations, capacity, and safety:
- College Park Traffic Flow and Simulation Study
- Northwest Pine Street Corridor Study
- Galleria 75 DRI Transportation Analysis
- Tyler Perry Studios Guide Signage
In addition, our team can handle interstate, intersection, and arterial guide signage design. For example, when Kennesaw State University and Georgia State University both needed highway signage changes after their separate mergers, we worked with the Georgia Department of Transportation to complete the necessary updates in the least amount of time, effort, and expense. We were also able to do the same for Tyler Perry Studios after its opening in Georgia.
Finally, our team is well-versed in working on traffic engineering projects that are state routes or involve federal funding. This includes the completion of all required documentation, processes, and approval on local, state, and federal levels.
”The City of Garden City sought the services of a transportation planning firm to conduct a study to conduct a study of our primary north-south corridor in the City (State Route 21). I was very impressed with the Croy team from the onset with regard to their well-prepared proposal and their impressive interview. Once hired, they quickly engaged with the various project tasks… The City looks forward to working through the final phases of the project and putting the final recommendations into action to enhance the corridor.Ronald Feldner, PEFormer City Manager | City of Garden City, Georgia