We can help you with all the data you need for building, monitoring, and even litigating the safety of transportation routes, including: 


  • Network screening

  • Safety audits and preliminary risk assessments

  • Conflict analysis

  • In-service safety reviews

  • Countermeasure identification and evaluation

  • Policy review and development

  • Risk management



  • Horizontal or vertical alignment

  • Sight distances and visibility

  • Night time visibility

  • Intersection and driveway design and control

  • Traffic control devices (i.e. signals, signs and markings)

  • Pedestrian facility continuity and controlled crossings

  • Bicycle, multi-use path and trail facility design, access, and maintenance

  • Roadside safety

  • Transportation facility Maintenance including winter maintenance

  • Temporary and construction conditions

  • At-grade rail crossing design, operation and maintenance


c - Rail Grade Crossings Safety

  • Collect, analyze, assemble, and summarize the data that road authorities must share with the railway agencies

  • Compliance reviews of existing at-grade crossings

  • Whistling cessation studies to examine the feasibility of eliminating whistling at railway crossings

  • Preliminary hazard assessments of existing at-grade crossing including pedestrian crossings

  • Identification of the standards and safety measures to be implemented at new crossings to comply with the Grade Crossing Regulations and ensure that an adequate level of safety and compliance are achieved


d - Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety & Accessibility

  • Network screening analyses to identify locations exhibiting a higher risk to pedestrians and cyclists.

  • Safety assessments/audits to evaluate the pedestrian/cycling facilities and identify potential hazards for vulnerable road users related to the safety, accessibility, and connectivity of the active transportation environment.

  • Accessibility reviews to determine the range of treatments that facilitate the mobility of people with disabilities throughout our pedestrian, road, and transit networks.

  • Policy development to ensure operating authorities are implementing and realizing low risk environments for their users.