Highways / Toll Roads / Roadways

Walter P Moore provides a full range of transportation engineering services, including planning and design of roadways, highways, toll roads, and transit systems. We have developed our practice to be an impactful team member, contribute innovative ideas, and be responsive to project schedules, aesthetics and cost efficiency.  Our work is enhanced by analysis and design software for geometric design, 3D-modeling, cost estimating, project scheduling, and traffic management systems. Our depth of experience and managerial skills allow us to manage and execute complex transportation projects providing design excellence, dependable project delivery, and proactive client service.

Highways and Toll Roads Design
Walter P Moore engineers design safe, context-sensitive designs, often using alternative geometric design considerations to maximize safety and minimize delay. The end result is a roadway that fits with the environment, not one that divides it. We evaluate lifecycle costs of facilities to determine the optimal roadway solution.

Route Studies and Schematic Design
The quickest route between Point A and Point B is not necessarily the safest.  Our creative process determines the best alternative for transportation networks.  Whether new routes or operational enhancements to existing facilities, Walter P Moore approaches the effort the same way—with safety as the paramount factor.  We excel in teamwork and consensus building with multiple, diverse stakeholders.

Transportation Structures
Walter P Moore engineers recognize and respond to the variety of factors involved in safe and efficient transportation structure design.  We follow rigorous design standards, variable loading conditions, long-term reliability, budgetary/schedule constraints, and aesthetic sustainable design.  To learn more about our design of bridge, tunnels, and culverts click Transportation Structures.

Hydrology and Hydraulics
Transportation facilities have a need for Hydrology & Hydraulics service. New tools better predict the impact of rainfall, surface drainage and proposed transportation improvements on regional watersheds. Our overland sheet flow and concurrent pipe flow modeling has saved public transportation agencies millions of dollars in drainage improvements. To solve challenging problems, we combine intelligent engineering with geographic information systems in advanced hydraulic and hydrologic modeling.