ATCS Transportation Planning provides a full range of services effectively solving mobility challenges at all levels.

ATCS Transportation Planners deliver comprehensive planning services for a host of clients to assist them in identifying, analyzing, selecting and ultimately implementing transportation plans that meet the future needs of people who live, work, and visit their areas. The staff is experienced in leading projects ranging from large-scale regional planning studies to pedestrian path connection projects.

We take an all-inclusive approach to transportation challenges, assessing the needs of motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit operators and users, trucks, school buses, and emergency vehicles, motorcycles, and automobiles among others. Multi-modal transportation planning is performed with the objective of identifying and assessing the safety and mobility benefits of each alternative while considering all modes and policies.

We also have an exceptional communications group involved with public outreach. As representatives of our clients, they coordinate, interact, and facilitate informational exchange and dissemination with the media, elected officials, public agencies personnel, review agency personnel, community group leaders, local citizens, and other stakeholders.

List of Comprehensive Services:

  • Transportation Management Plans (TMPs)
  • Urban/Rural/Small Area Transportation Plans
  • Regional Transportation Plans
  • Multimodal Corridor Studies
  • Site Access and Circulation
  • Long Range Transportation Plans
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans and Studies
  • Transit Development Plans and Studies
  • Access Management Plans
  • Neighborhood Traffic Calming Analyses
  • Transportation Analyses to Support NEPA
  • Complete Streets Studies and Plans
  • Alternatives Analyses
  • Travel Demand Management
  • Traffic Projections/Forecasts
  • VDOT-Compliant Traffic Impact Analysis
  • Maryland Adequate Public Facilities Analyses
  • Land Use Studies
  • Prioritized Improvement Programs
  • Cost-Benefit and HB2 Analysis
  • Context-sensitive Solutions
  • Public Involvement Programs