Multimodal Corridor Studies


Parisi has been involved in dozens of corridor studies that involve integrating multiple modes of transportation within a shared corridor. Tasks typically involve analyzing existing conditions, identifying opportunities and constraints, and developing alignment alternatives and conceptual designs that consider all transportation modes. Parisi is often requested to provide public outreach services. Ongoing and recent projects include:

  • 19th Avenue/Park Presidio Transportation Study (San Francisco, CA)
  • Bay Trail Gap Closure Study (Tiburon, CA)
  • Columbia River Crossing Project (Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA)
  • Mill Valley–Corte Madera Connector Study (Mill Valley and Corte Madera, CA)
  • San Quentin Corridor Study (Marin County)
  • San Rafael–Fairfax Corridor Study (San Rafael, San Anselmo, and Fairfax, CA)
  • Willamette River Bridges Multimodal Accessibility Project (Portland, OR)

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