Pedestrians / Bicyclists

Pedestrian and bicycle facilities are vital elements in the overall success of any transportation system and require careful consideration during the planning and design process.  Our team works closely with all project stakeholders to provide our clients with innovative and practical solutions to design issues.

JMT has a long history of delivering successful projects to our clients at both the planning level of development and the engineered and built final product.  We have completed numerous  studies and designs in many counties and states.  These tasks have varied in scale and setting from rural corridors to the urbanized environment of cities.  JMT is a Silver Partner of the National Complete Streets Coalition (NCSC) and implements the ideas of NCSC in all of our work.  JMT has utilized Bicycle Level of Comfort (BLOC) calculations for bicycle facility design and has Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) experts on staff to provide guidance on the latest policy issues within our state and local governments.  JMT can provide a full range of services from planning studies, development of construction documents and post construction services.   JMT's Planning department offers the following services to meet the needs of every project.

  • Bicycle Level of Comfort calculations (BLOC)
  • ADA compliance
  • Trail design
  • Context Sensitive Solutions
  • Urban streetscape design
  • Transit Oriented Development (TOD)
  • School Campus design
  • Park design
  • Pedestrian and bicycle master plans
  • Pedestrian safety improvement design
  • Safe Routes to Schools design
  • Urban planning
  • Public Involvement


Garfield Parkway Streetscape

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Bethany Beach, Delaware

JMT designed a safe and visually appealing streetscape for a busy tourist beach town. 

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University Boulevard Widening

Kennedy Consulting, Inc., a JMT Company, completed final design for a 3.8-mile urban roadway widening project in the Austin, Texas metro area.

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Georgetown to Lewes Pedestrian and Bicyclist Trail

JMT designed 1.1 miles of pedestrian/bicyclist trail along railroad right-of-way in Delaware.

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Project Management for Regional Trails Network

JMT provided project management services for a trails program in the Delaware Valley region.

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Reconstruction of Gateway National Recreation Area

JMT provided construction management representative services to the National Park Service to reconstruct a section of a New Jersey recreational area.

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C&D Canal Recreational Trail

JMT designed sustainable trail facilities in support of a multi-state project to implement the C&D Canal Trail.

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Queenstown Streetscape

JMT designed resurfacing and safety improvements for MD 456A, the gateway into Queenstown.

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Centreville Streetscape Improvements

JMT provided planning, design and construction engineering services for one mile of streetscape improvements to Kennett Pike (SR 52), Delaware's first scenic byway.

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