Toole Design Group has received the Institute of Transportation Engineers Pedestrian and Bicycle Council 2014 Best Project Award for the Boston Complete Streets Design Guidelines.
Toole Design Group (TDG) is delighted to announce that Ian Lockwood, P.E. has joined the firm as a Livable Transportation Engineer.
On May 13th, Melany Alliston-Brick, P.E., TDG’s Deputy Director of Engineering,, attended a Champions of Change event at the White House.
Keeping true to the Toole Design Group (TDG) philosophy, TDG was one of seven winning submissions for the design phase of the DC Water Green Infrastructure Challenge.
Toole Design Group’s (TDG) holiday charity event was a great success this year.
Toole Design Group recently produced the Vermont Safe Routes to School Crossing Guard Training: Best Practices for Safe Crossing for the State of Vermont’s Safe Routes to School Program.
The City of Boston recently published the 2013 edition of the Boston Complete Streets Design Guidelines – one of the most comprehensive street guides in the world.
Adrian Witte has joined Toole Design Group. Adrian is a professional engineer based in Portland, OR, with a background in transportation planning, traffic operations, safety analysis, and roadway and intersection design.
Connect Historic Boston was awarded a TIGER grant which will be used to implement four of the projects from Connect Historic Boston’s plan that will expand and improve the travel experience for walkers and cyclists navigating downtown Boston and Charlestown.
We are delighted to announce that Jessica Juriga, P.E., AIPC will be leading our new office in Denver, CO.