Kimley-Horn’s TMCS Receives SAFETY Act Designation

In 2017, Kimley-Horn designed a series of high-security pedestrian protection bollards along Las Vegas Boulevard in Clark County, NV. The project included more than 4,500 crash rated bollards, 3,700 linear feet of crash-rated post and cable protection, and 5,300 linear … Read More

Kimley-Horn’s APO Site Review Team

The International Parking and Mobility Institute (IPMI) Accredited Parking Organization (APO) Program serves as the quality standard for parking management organizations to conduct business and maintain their facilities and services. An APO designation assures the public that a parking program … Read More

Virtual Lane Testing at PANYNJ

Interacting in a virtual environment has become the “new normal.” From work to school to doctor visits to celebrations—COVID-19 has changed how we connect. While much has changed since the CDC confirmed the first U.S. Coronavirus case on January 21, … Read More

QR Coding the Curb

The connection between curb lane management and micromobility is a two-way street. As discussed throughout this series, parking management practices can be adopted to improve managing micromobility devices and flexible fleets along the curb. Conversely, curb lane management can benefit … Read More

Silver Ramp Takes Flight at MSP

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is the 12th busiest U.S. airport for aircraft operations, with more than 400,000 landings and takeoffs every year. The airport’s growth has significantly increased demand for additional passenger vehicle parking and amenities. The Metropolitan … Read More