Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities


DuBois & King’s bicycle and pedestrian facility design includes sidewalks, multi-use pathways, and on-road bicycle facilities. Planning and design experience includes fitting pathways into challenging urban areas with proximity to existing buildings and infrastructure, numerous street crossings, railroad crossings, utility conflicts, and property owner concerns. Rural pathway projects have involved addressing wetland impacts, cultural resource impacts, security and safety concerns, and maintenance.

Non-motorized enhancements have included the addition of exclusive and shared use bike lanes; the addition of pedestrian pushbuttons and signals; retiming of traffic signals to better accommodate pedestrians; installation of radar feedback signs; narrowing of travel lanes to provide wider shoulders and reduce vehicle speeds; installation of pedestrian signing and crosswalks; installation of textured crosswalks to improve visibility; the addition of lighting to improve safety; installation of landscaping to address property owners’ concerns; and the incorporation of amenities such as benches, bus shelters, and informational signs.


Planning, Scoping, Feasibility Studies
Alternative Analyses
Sidewalks and Multi-Use Pathways
Rail Trail Conversions
Safe Routes to School Projects
Bike Lanes
Complete Streets
Horizontal and Vertical Alignments
Right-of-Way Services
Signing and Pavement Markings
Traffic Calming and Signalization
Landscape Architecture
Public Engagement
Quantity and Cost Estimating
Bid and Construction Phase Services