Successful corridor plans integrate mobility options with land use and development strategies to support a community's character and vision. We effectively manage corridor-wide improvement plans by harnessing our multiple disciplines to address the wide range of issues involved. Our planners tap the expertise of our roadway, structures, traffic and transit staff to develop realistic and viable alternatives. Economists evaluate the financial feasibility of the proposed alternatives, and once an alternative has been selected, conduct a risk assessment to identify issues that could impact the project's schedule and budget. Environmental and right-of-way staff is engaged early on and throughout the project to expedite approval processes. Most importantly, stakeholder involvement is encouraged from the earliest planning stages through implementation to ensure the project supports the locally-defined purpose and need.