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from the initial feasibility stage, through planning and approvals, to site design and implementation. BFJ’s work is distinguished by a high de- gree of principal participation in the technical work of each project, exceptional capabilities in graphic design (including GIS) and presen- tation, and a strong commitment to participatory planning. The firm has extensive experience with consensus building and the public par- ticipation process, conducting public meetings, workshops, and other community liaison programs aimed at public participation and review. These programs allow the firm to provide innovative solutions that fulfill the needs of clients and communities. BFJ has successfully completed more than 1,000 projects in the U.S. and abroad. Its professional staff has extensive experience and capabilities in the fields of transportation planning and traffic circulation. With traffic engineers and transporta- tion planners on staff, the firm can undertake a variety of transportation assignments including roundabout design, access management, transit, safety, traffic circulation, and traffic impact studies; traffic calming ef- forts; infrastructure capacity and performance analyses; parking pro- grams; and multi-modal transportation planning efforts. BFJ’s expertise combines transportation and other planning elements, such as land use, environment, and economic stability. The firm has taken a leading role in transportation planning throughout the Northeast.

Project examples include: Saratoga Springs Downtown Transportation Study (Form-based Zoning, Saratoga Springs, NY; Croton TOD Study, Croton-on-Hudson, NY; Palmer Square Parking and Traffic Study, Princ- eton, NJ; Bloomfield Station Area Development, Bloomfield, NJ; Wash- ington Square Development and Parking Study, Mamaroneck, NY; Long Island Rail Road Transportation Hub Integration Study, Long Island, NY; Huntington Station Area Master Plan, Long Island, NY; Princeton Uni- versity, Traffic and Parking Studies, Princeton, NJ; Downtown Brooklyn MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY; Metro-North Railroad Melrose Sta- tion Revitalization Study, Bronx, NY; Route 20 Corridor, Rensselaer, NY; Modern Roundabout Consulting, Worldwide; ITAU Residential Develop- ment, São Paulo, Brazil; Columbia University Traffic Calming and Street Enhancement Study, New York, NY; Plymouth State University Traffic and Parking Plan, NH; College of Staten Island Traffic and Parking Study, NY; Pedestrian Safety Studies, New York, NY; Huguenot Street Traffic Management Study, New Paltz, NY; Village of Nyack Traffic Calming Advisory Services, NY; Stamford Traffic Calming Study, CT; and New Canaan Transportation Plan, CT.


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