Transportation Delivered

Transportation Delivered, distributed twice yearly, exemplifies our commitment to improving mobility for people and goods, and creating a better quality of life in the communities where we live, work and play.

Fall 2013
Fall 2013 (PDF, 4MB)

The transportation challenges we face today require innovative thinking—from getting creative with materials to implementing a cutting-edge approach to public involvement. This issue delves into how we are using 4D, P3, virtual meetings and other ingenious solutions to help you develop improvements for streetcars, express lanes, airports, railroads and more. For a complete overview of this issue, be sure to read the Director's Letter from Charlie O'Reilly on page 4.

In this issue >

Public-Private Partnerships

US 36 Express Lanes

Colton Crossing Flyover

Modern Streetcars

Perspective—4D Simulation

Public Involvement

What Moves Us

Spring 2013 (Adobe Flash)
Spring 2013 (PDF, 1.6MB)

The transportation market moves into 2013 with many of the same issues challenging owners and leaders around the world during the past several years—increasing capacity demands and funding uncertainties. HDR continues to respond to the challenges by helping our clients develop and implement programs that deliver high value results.

In this issue >

Shenandoah River Bridge Design-Build

Mountain View Corridor

Northern Rail Extension



Summer 2012 (Adobe Flash)
Summer 2012 (PDF, 6 MB)

Throughout the transportation industry there is tremendous work underway to increase the capacity, enhance the mobility and improve the safety of our roadways, airways, waterways and railways. This issue of Transportation Delivered highlights how HDR is helping three clients—Jacksonville Port Authority, Oregon Department of Transportation and Toronto Transit Commission—achieve innovative solutions to their infrastructure challenges.

In this issue >

The Jacksonville Port Authority is committed to making its facility stand out in a competitive market. (Pg. 6)

Oregon Bridge Program
A lot can be learned from the Oregon Department of Transportation’s pioneering state bridge program. (Pg. 16)

Toronto Transit Commission 
As the largest urban center in Canada (and still growing), Toronto depends on the efficiency of its public transit system.(Pg. 24)

Rethinking Public-Private Partnerships (Pg. 30)